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  1. Discover the legacy of the Richard Gans Type Foundry, established in 1888, a cornerstone in Spanish printing history until the late 20th century.
  2. Granja Grafica is a letterpress studio in Barcelona that was founded in 2012. It is run by a Spanish letterpress printer and an Argentinian graphic designer that met by chance in Tokyo back in 2006. It was Gaby’s last day in the city and Elies’ first one, but during dinner they found many things in common and started a long distance hand lettered friendship for a couple of years. In 2008 they decided to shorten the distances and Gaby moved to Spain. After a year of adaptation, the idea of Granja Grafica took shape.
  3. The Imprenta Municipal is a printing museum in Madrid. Its origin dates from 1853, with the establishment of Saint Bernardino Orphanage Printing Office to supply the printing needs of the City Council. The building was designed in 1931 and opened in 1933 for use as a printing office. It is an interesting example of Rationalism and Art Deco style. In 2009 it was refurbished to be used as a printing museum. The Imprenta Municipal material collection is a very rich one, with historical machines and other artefacts related to graphic arts. Some of them are displayed in the permanent exhibition, Printing and the book, a story, that is located on the ground floor, offering visitors an agreable promenade through the sections dealing with the hand press printing period, the industrial age, illustration techniques and the bindery. On the first floor a temporary exhibition room and workshop spaces open to the public. One of the most important features of the museum are the professional typography and bookbinding workshops which are a means of preserving the skills and techniques which are the non-material heritage of printing. From its opening as a museum at the end of 2011, the Imprenta Municipal has developed an ongoing programme of temporary exhibitions about written culture, book and printing history and the graphic arts, accompanied by many lectures and public workshops.
  4. The first book ever printed in Spain (a devotional book exalting the Virgin Mary) was made in Valencia in 1474. This museum was founded as a tribute to this event and is located in the El Puig de Santa María Royal Monastery. It has many extremely valuable facsimile books, as well as wooden presses, letter moulds, printers’ marks, hand-carved relief plates and printing implements from Gutenberg's era. Since the museum's creation in 1986, the collection has expanded thanks to the addition of private collections.
  5. Animatipia is a letterpress printing studio in Spain run by Lola and Antonio, a History graduate and a doctor of Physics.
  6. Pabloblicuo

    Chulotype

    Chulotype is a non-profit organisation dedicated to promote typography culture in Spain. Based in Madrid, we fill the city’s agenda with typographic events and activities. From the annual Typomad Festival (our biggest event for 300 attendees and first level speakers) to our monthly events El Aperitipo and Typolocos (smaller talks and work spaces to build a strong and connected comunmity of typographic lovers). We also organize visits to some special areas of the city (our Type Safaris) to discover and rediscover the typographic, printing and lettering heritage of Madrid. We are also building a strong presence in social media to spread the typographic culture and latest news. And we are currently working to launch our on-line publication for Spanish readers. Our collective is formed by volunteers from different parts of Spain. Chulotype is totally independent of any institution or brand.
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