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  • 16 pages 
  • 30cm x 48cm 
  • Published in London, 2019 

Double Dagger is a broadsheet “extolling the virtues of reproducing the printed word by the medium of letterpress”. Rather than using the post-digital plastic letterpress, they return to printing from movable objects; mostly lead type (the process invented by Gutenberg in the 15th century) supplemented by a smattering of wood, lino and rubber litho blanket.


This issue is packed with typography, plus illustrations from the worlds of calligraphy, stone cutting, sculpture, gig posters and even printing from ball-bearings.

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