1 edition of Whittington Press found in the catalog.
Written in English
Exhibition held at Birmingham Central Library, 4 Oct.-29 Nov. 1982.
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Venice by John Craig. P rinted by John Randle at The Whittington Press, with a sumptuous binding by Sangorski & Sutcliffe.. This volume is absolutely stunning: bound in teal and orange goatskin with onlays in pepper red and navy blue. All edges are gilt with gouge work in gold leaf to gondolas and hand lettered to spine in gold leaf with soft terracotta handmade endpapers . Matrix & Double Dagger by John Randle Publisher, The Whittington Press Matrix is known throughout the Bibliophile world for its quality and presentation of printing and illustration arts. John Randle, publisher and owner of the Whittington Press, shares some thoughts regarding how it got its start. The seeds of Matrix were sown by two items which needed to be.
The Whittington Press was founded in by John and Rosalind Randall. An internationally acclaimed press, Whittington prints and publishes all of its work in letterpress. They have published over books as well as thirty-four issues of Matrix, a periodical of book arts that is a triumph of letterpress and fine printing in and of itself. Richard Whittington-Egan (22 October – 14 September ) was a British writer and criminologist, the author of Liverpool Colonnade and Liverpool Roundabout, two colourful chronicles of Liverpool's historical characters, crimes and mysteries.A leading author on true crime over a long period of time, he is acknowledged also as an expert on Jack the Ripper.
Russell Punter was born in Bedfordshire, England. From an early age he enjoyed writing and illustrating his own stories. He later trained as a graphic designer at art college in West Sussex before entering publishing. Since then, he has written over fifty books for children, including original fiction in both picture book and young reader formats. Keith E. Whittington is the William Nelson Cromwell Professor of Politics at Princeton University. He is the author of Political Foundations of Judicial Supremacy: The Presidency, the Supreme Court, and Constitutional Leadership in U.S. History; Constitutional Interpretation: Textual Meaning, Original Intent, and Judicial Review; and Constitutional Construction: Divided .
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Whittington Court will be open to the public, and the Press will be showing off its latest work, with displays of printing and typecasting. Outside there will be usual array of printers, binders, marblers, wood-engravers and paper-makers, showing off the myriad skills that go into the production of a properly produced book.
Books Matrix is above all a good read, a visual treat, and a unique record of the renaissance of fine printing that was initiated by the foresight of William Morris, and that continues to this day.
Edited, typeset, printed and distributed from its home at Whittington, there is nothing else quite like it, nor is there likely to be. The book is designed as a tribute to a printer whom we hold in the highest regard, but who is too little known even in his native California.
Vance Gerry began printing in at the Peach Pit Press. Five years later he changed the name to the Weather Bird Press which he ran Whittington Press book South Laguna, California from Whittington Press: "The images in this startling book are unlike anything the Press has attempted before.
Drawn on an electronic tablet and printed on a digital printer, their brilliance and inventiveness perfectly mirror the atmosphere Whittington Press book Portmeirion, the extraordinary Italianate village built by the eccentric architect Clough Williams-Ellis.
This year the Press' open day was on Saturday 7th September, from 2 p.m., coinciding as usual with the Whittington Summer Show. Printing on the table-top Albion and the proof presses, casting type on one of the 5 Monotype casters, nearly 40 tables outside including printers, binders, booksellers, typefounders, press-maker and on: 15 Baudelostraat Gent, Vlaanderen, Belgium.
You can also see pictures from the Open Day over here. Gutenberg and Whittington. To shed a bit more light on the Press’ equipment, I’ve reproduced here, with permission, the full text from a little booklet they produced called Gutenberg & Whittington.
Inten years after it had published its first book, Richard Kennedy’s A Boy at the Hogarth Press, the Whittington Press. The result, printed by Nomad Letterpress at the Whittington Press, places the engravings of twentieth century greats – John Farleigh, John Nash, Monica Poole, Geoffrey Wales, Gertrude Hermes et al.
– alongside today’s artists and presents the viewer with a snapshot of the changing nature of the engravers’ craft. Press Coverage “I like to call it jazz-flavoured bistro entertainment. ” A professional pianist and singer of over 35 years’ experience, Scott Whittington has a hard time defining exactly what it is that he does when he performs, either locally or on the Muskoka resort circuit, where he has performed steadily for 26 years.
The church abuts Whittington Court and Whittington Press and sits there alone in serene and quiet dignity, seemingly ignored by all the daily comings and goings around it. 7 x 9 inches, 32 pages, 25 engravings, printed in point Van Dijck on Zerkall mould-made paper, in. Andoversford and Risbury: Whittington Press, Quartos, and one Sextodecimo.
Ordinary limited editions. A complete set of Matrix to date including both the first and second issues of the first volume, together with the index to volumesand the small supplementary pamphlet 'Matrix: Some Brief Guidelines for Contributors & Compositors'.
35 volumes. Whittington and the other characters are charming and understated in their design. "Whittington" is a wonderful story that brings back memories of children's literature before its time. It's smart, funny, and tender and a great rendition of a classic story/5(70).
Leominster: The Whittington Press, n.d. (but ). Read More THE WHITTINGTON PRESS HAS IN HAND THREE IMPORTANT NEW PROJECTS FOR & Herefordshire, England: The Whittington Press, Hardcover. One of copies. Another splendid yearbook on the book and book arts from John and Rose Randle of The Whittington Press, with 27 interesting articles by printers, artists, booksellers, scholars, and more The Randles write: The Matrix 35 breaks our golden rule of ignoring the outpourings of the Whittington Author: Whittington Press.
Whittington Press.- Book of Posters (A), printed at Whittington, with an Introduction by John Randle, number 4 of 50 special copies with an additional portfolio of posters (Edition A), from an edition limited towood-engravings by Hellmuth Weissenborn, 35 tipped-in posters, many printed in colours, some folding, original cloth-backed boards, uncut, portfolio with 10 assorted.
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About this Item: Whittington Press, Herefordshire, UK, Whittington Press (illustrator). small 4to. paper-covered boards, dust jacket. (vi), pages. Printed in an edition limited to copies, this being one of trade copies.
Matrix is the longest surviving and probably the last typographical journal to be printed by letterpress. Lower Marston Farm: Whittington Press, folio. quarter cloth, paper-covered boards, slipcase. (x),(3) pages. Edition of copies, numbered, bound thus (Leaf Book - Chalmers ).
A catalogue more. Whittington Press (). and Roselind Randle, editors; copies; illustrated with 48 color plates, tip-ins which include marbling, hand-printed wallpaper, and a rare piece of Fijian Tapa paper, 12 pages of wood-engravings (including 6, 3-colour engravings).
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About this Item: Copperleaf Press, Tucumcari NM, Paperback. Condition: Good. First Edition. Although clean and sound, this copy has a bit of shelfwear to the covers, most notably at the back bottom corner, which is creased, as are a number of adjacent page corners. The cover art is beautiful, and the book is full of useful geneaology.
American Political Thought: Readings and Materials presents a diverse collection of writings, speeches, judicial opinions, and other political documents, offering an introduction to the controversies and disputes that have mobilized Americans since the first settlements in North America.
Ranging from the Colonial era to the present day and featuring both traditional 5/5(2).The Press has received numerous awards for its printing and publishing, most recently in from the American Printing History Association.
1 of copies. This annual from the Whittington Press is perhaps the foremost publication covering the book arts and private presses of Author: Whittington Press. Whittington and the Lady decide that Abby should give Ben reading lessons in the barn. It is a balm for Ben when, having toughed out the daily lesson, Whittington comes to tell, in tantalizing installments, the story handed down to him from his nameless forebearer, Dick Whittington’s cat–the legend of the lad born into poverty in rural /5(16).