Last week, to mark the 125th anniversary of the linotype machine,
Portland’s Stumptown Printers (with the help of some friends at
the C.C. Stern Type Foundry) celebrated with a twitter-based
Select tweets using the hashtag #lino125 were chosen for casting in metal.
Once the type was cast, the crew at Stumptown pulled proofs, photographed
them with the casted slugs, and re-tweeted pics. From digital to analog
to digital again. The whole process emphasizes… (read the full post)
Repost of an article by Jason Urban posted July 12th, 2011 @ Printeresting