For the first time since I learned how to use a press – an old Heidelberg press to be exact – I have made the jump and posted several cards on UK’s Folksy for sale. It has to be said that I am more interested in font styles and lead type than I am in fancy or intricate designs. That is why we used the lovely folks over at SORT for our wedding invitations last year. They do letterpress printing in such a simple and yet elegant way. I aspire to do something even half as lovely as their work.
- A corporate cyberattack victim and its insurers go to court to figure out what’s covered. Here’s what it means for… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 8 hours ago
- Chinese tech giant Huawei is pursuing legal campaigns against an array of overseas critics large and small wsj.com/articles/huawe… via @WSJ 1 day ago
- Grateful to catch the last day of the #anthonygormley exhibition at the @royalacademyarts. I love environmental and monumental art and I realised yesterday that it is because I love the space that is filled by architecture. So grateful to @zs_davis for reminding me that it closed on 3 Dec! #london #latergram#morning #sunrise #mileend #london#Berlin #morning #mitte#Berlin #greyday #Wednesday#latteart #Berlin #morningMoving day breakfast. #london