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  • Behind the Scenes: creating a letterpress type specimen poster

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    Last week I announced a new font release—an OpenType font based on a blackletter font originally released in 1916. It’s exclusively available to my patrons and supporters of the printing museum Pavillon-Presse in Weimar. Along with the font release we also created a type specimen poster and in this patron-exclusive article we take a look at how this was done.
    Last week I announced a new font release—an OpenType font based on a blackletter font originally released in 1916. It’s exclusively available to my patrons and supporters of the printing museum Pavillon-Presse in Weimar. Along with the font release we also created a type specimen poster and in this patron-exclusive article we take a look at how this was done.

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