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All Sorts


Still looking for nice, designery Xmas presents? Well look no more. ‘All Sorts’ is a limited edition letterpress book created by ‘gridula’ who is part of ‘The Print Project’ — a letterpress printing collective based in Bradford, West Yorkshire.

A sort in letterpress printing is an individual letter or character. ‘All Sorts’ is a pun on this. As each ‘Sort’ (or person) in the book is created out of lead or wooden sorts. Designed, set and printed by hand this is a lovely little book. You can get hold of it here.

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    6th Dec 2012
    11:58 am
  1. I\’m a time served Hand Compositor, I critique all works produced in the letterpress process and give my honest opinion and advice to the artists/designer/printer who will listen.
    This little book was kindly sent to me by my friend Gridula or Nick the Print as I call him, I can\’t fault it, it is one of the best pieces of work I\’ve seen in a long time well thought out, the composition is brilliant, the printing is very good and its beautifully bound. This book would make a great gift to anyone interested in Letterpress or just for your personal collection. I recommend it whole heartedly.

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