Judith Rothchild’s beautiful mezzotint, ‘Quelques douzaines’ (via Quelques douzaines by Judith Rothchild at Emanuel von Baeyer - Cabinet (IFPDA) - Printed Editions | Printed Editions)
(via The First Page of the Medieval Book | medievalbooks) -“I love the opening page of the medieval book not just because it embodies the start of a new exploration, but also because it reveals the “whole being” of the book.”
(via Newspapers are, pretty much, dead. - Boing Boing) “It’s tempting to try to find a moral dimension to newspapers’ collapse, but there isn’t one. All that’s happened is advertisers are leaving, classifieds first, inserts last. Business is business; the advertisers never had a stake in keeping the newsroom open in the first place. This disconnection between the business side and the news side was celebrated as a benefit, right up to the moment it became an industry-wide point of failure.”
Temporary Service is at it again! (via A Lived Practice - Power through Publishing)
Gary Kachadourian, Forest/City, August 21 - October 17, 2014, Western Carolina University Fine Art Museum.
One day left to pre-order a copy of Manual. More than half of our stock is already spoken for!
(via People of Print) We aren’t the only website pushing a publication this August. Our friends at People of Print have made a magazine- Print Isn’t Dead! And rumor is that every purchase comes with a free puppy!