back in business (almost)

on press

It’s taken a while (due to work commitments) but the Caseroom Press is gradually whirring back into life. As reported in September, we now have a new home, and this week we have managed to get the press up and running for the first time (even if Barrie did start by managing to ink the press up backwards).

fin poster
Barrie is producing a new series of posters, the first of which is inspired by the work of Level 1 graphic design student Chaz Malkin. The 1st year were each asked to produce a Manifesto for a Revolution, as part of Lincoln’s Frequency Festival, and her Nerd Manifesto’ has been the inspiration to get him working again. Although he stressed he’s not actually a nerd himself…

typesetting
Philippa in the meantime has been screen-printing an edition of 50 artworks, and setting type for letterpress printed cards – for a deadline that is getting far too close for comfort!. The project – Voyage 2 – is the second exhibition initiated and curated by Imi Maufe and Rona Rangsch –  the first included Philippa’s artists’ book 8 minutes across – this is a development of that work; more details when the project is closer to completion.

wood screenprints

It’s good to be back…

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One Response to “back in business (almost)”

  1. Gen Says:

    Looking good Mr agogo… the revolution needs more ink!

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