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Posted 12/15/2020   04:38 am  Show Profile Bookmark this topic Add rod222 to your friends list Get a Link to this Message
For all our Printing and Engraving enthusiasts.
Let's take you back to the Woodblock.
"For the benefit of Mr. Kite"
(PS: Love that Rover 90 ! Beautiful)


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Great post! The circus poster could have been recreated more easily using computer layout, but returning to 19th century methods must have been a lot more fun!
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And as a sort-of related topic, does anyone remember Chicago's intaglio engraved album cover, printed by American Bank Note Co.?

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Brilliant addition Greg !
Chicago part of my youth.

I still get entranced by the brilliance of Lennon,
from entertaining his school pals, with his childish drawings,
to us grown ups later on.

"Pablo Fanque's Fair" (William Darby) was the part that hooked me,
it just seemed such an incongruous term in a song, one had to find out.

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