A Typographic Anatomy Lesson

The limited edition, letterpressed Typographic Anatomy Lesson print I worked on with Scott Boms and Luke Dorny for the Ligature, Loop & Stem joint. Printed at Lunar Caustic Press in Toronto.

digdog, Scott Boms and 61 more people faved this
  • Luke Dorny PRO 5y

    Look at that beautiful leg!!!
  • Grant Hutchinson PRO 5y

    That’s how you grab the attention of the cabbies. Oh, taxi!
  • Riccardo Mori PRO 5y

    Since this is the work of three people, consider it triple-fave'd!

    Cheers,
    Rick
  • Lynn Chyi 5y

    gah! i want! nice job
  • Bont3n 5y

    Fabulous picture, Congrats on Explore :)

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  • Chad McDonald 5y

    Great Job with this! Congrats on making Explore!


    Chad
  • Stuart Stevenson PRO 5y

    Beautiful piece of letterpress & typography
  • Grant Hutchinson PRO 5y

    Thanks everyone. Major props should go out to my pal Scott for getting the actual print produced at Toronto’s Lunar Caustic Press.
  • cornflower84 5y

    this is awesome!
  • Ansel Olson PRO 5y

    briiliant
  • Grant Hutchinson PRO 5y

    Fabulous, beautiful, awesome, and brilliant? Oh, blush.
  • Orincy Whyte 4y

    hmmm...when I discovered I had a talent for "drawing" letters, i realized i loved art and would one day become a graphic designer...
    I guess i needed to say that:) this is lovely!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • Grant Hutchinson PRO 4y

    Thank you, Orincy.
  • Nauli® Eva-Dewi + Johanna 4y

    Awesome! Just yesterday I thought what a pitty, that we didn't have a letterpress at my university. We should have done typography at a letterpress!
  • Welcome! 4y

    I did some letterpress work as a graphic design student. I can't even begin to tell you just how valuable that experience is for a graphic designer of any level.

    I'd LOVE to have a print of this, I'd frame it for my studio and workplace.
  • Grant Hutchinson PRO 4y

    @nauli.nauli I took a bit of printing in art college — mostly linocut and traditional etching techniques — they didn’t have anything in the way of letterpress. Too bad, really.

    @goodgg!Unfortunately, this particular letterpress’d version of the print is slow out after a very successful limited print run. There will be 50 additional copies of our “second flight” silkscreened version going on sale later this week.
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