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Art, Print and Artwork
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Publish-date-icon January 4, 2013
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In a continuation from the November 2012 episode ‘The Means of Reproduction’, Conrad Taylor describes his engagement in the years 1975 to 1985 with three reprographic methods which finally allowed a rich mix of headline and body type, illustrations and photos: electrostencilling, litho printing, and to a lesser extent photocopying. This in turn required learning how to prepare camera-ready originals, or ‘artwork’, using scalpels, Cow Gum and a very large camera.

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