Monthly Archives: January 2013

Q. When is a fold not a crease? A. When a tear is a cut.

Above is a piece of A4 paper that I have been carrying around in my pocket for six months. It’s a work-in-progress. The other day I took delivery of some 100gsm A3 inkjet paper that arrived damaged. I’m not going … Continue reading

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“Work, finish, publish”, Michael Faraday – Printing, proofing & pricing (part 1)

I don’t have a problem with the “work” bit, or the “publish” bit, but the “finish” part of Faraday’s advice is my particular jonquille noir. And this is where that whole version thing comes in again. (Believe it or not, … Continue reading

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Stationery porn, centre-folds and getting laid

After a short enforced hiatus whilst we moved house, I am back on the daffodil and printing again. Further to my reconnection with print, and spurred on by Site Gallery’s exhibition & COPY in residence’s activities last summer, I have remixed … Continue reading

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