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As designers move further and further into a digitised world, an important piece of New Zealand design history and knowledge is slowly disappeari… Read More
As designers move further and further into a digitised world, an important piece of New Zealand design history and knowledge is slowly disappearing. Through the combination of traditional letterpress and digital techniques this project aims to reflect the eclectic collection and historical importance of New Zealand’s printing history, and at the same time, paying homage to the men and women from The Printing Museum who remain dedicated to the preservation of such an important piece of New Zealand history. Read Less
Published:
'Where the old types hang out,' 2010
Typographic book designed for final project at Massey University, Wellington.
Awarded Gold at Best Awards 2011
Photo by Samantha Johnson, 2010
Photo by Samantha Johnson, 2010
As designers move further and further into a digitised world, an important piece of New Zealand design history and knowledge is slowly disappearing. Through the combination of traditional letterpress and digital techniques this project aims to reflect the eclectic collection and historical importance of New Zealand’s printing history, and at the same time, paying homage to the men and women from The Printing Museum who remain dedicated to the preservation of such an important piece of New Zealand history.