تجارة بورصة الذهب Last Sunday we had a nice afternoon in the arches of Kachette under the trains in Shoreditch taking part in the special edition of Crafty Fox for the London Design Festival. The space was very nice, and comes across far moodier and mysterious in the photos than it was in real life!
تبادل النقد بشركات الفوركس It was a good day, meeting plenty of LDF wanderers and fellow craftspeople, plus we also launched three new cards on the occasion; to go with the East End setting we have Oi Oi Saveloy
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توصيات الاسهم الدوليه Plus we’ve done two more folding cards in a similar fashion to the Father’s Day card we did a few months back Exclamation & Bang Bang. They are both printed with some of our lovely woodblock and stupendously detailed brass picture blocks, plus they fold out to display on a shelf or mantelpiece. They also come with our new buff envelopes too.
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شمعدان إشارات الخيارات الثنائية If you missed us at Kachette, we’ll be at the next Crafty Fox gathering at the Bussey Building in Peckham on the 10th of October. 11Am – 5pm, FREE entry. 90 designer/makers taking part plus: live art in the courtyard, poodle parlour workshop by Garudio Studiage and the Lost Lanes, craftivist workshop with Sarah Corbett, Animal Alphabet book signing with Kay from Ketchup on Everything, origami with Katie Guild, stitched portraits by In-Stitch You (Saturday only) and The Rhythm Parlour pop-up barber (Saturday only). Enjoy tunes from the Crafty Fox DJ’s and a full bar.
الاسهم الاكثر ارتفاعا في السعوديه Crafty Fox at the CLF Art Cafe
The Bussey Building
133 Rye Lane
London, SE15 4ST
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اسهم البنك السعودي الهولندي Following on from my last post, we have Crafty Fox’s London Design Festival event coming up just a couple of weeks away. We’ll be there on the 27th of September from 11am to 5pm, but it’s running all weekend at Kachette in Shoreditch (347 Old St, EC1V 9LP). For more information and to see who else is trading, check out their main page here.
We’ve been introducing all manner of people to the world of letterpress this August and September with our workshop sessions, plus we’ve just had a little feature in the latest issue of Elle Decoration. As such, we’ve just listed a bunch more sessions in September and into October as well, so it’s not too late to sign up and have a go!
September / October Workshops:
24/09/15 – Thursday – Evening (6pm-9pm)
25/09/15 – Friday – Evening (6pm-9pm)
03/10/15 – Saturday – Morning (11am-2pm)
03/10/15 – Saturday – Afternoon (3pm-6pm)
15/10/15 – Thursday – Evening (6pm-9pm)
16/10/15 – Friday – Evening (6pm-9pm)
17/10/15 – Saturday – Morning (11am-2pm)
17/10/15 – Saturday – Afternoon (3pm-6pm)
What better way to make the most of the British summer sun than indoors with an Adana, some type and some ink? We thought so too and so we’ve got a flurry of new workshop dates listed for August and September.
As per usual; they’re in the evenings during the week and then a morning and afternoon session on Saturdays. So if you’ve ever fancied having a go at composing type, learning how to use an Adana 8×5 or just want to know more about printing in general then have a look here:
27/08/15 – Thursday – Evening (6pm-9pm)
28/08/15 – Friday – Evening (6pm-9pm)
02/09/15 – Wednesday – Evening (6pm-9pm)
03/09/15 – Thursday – Evening (6pm-9pm)
04/09/15 – Friday – Evening (6pm-9pm)
05/09/15 – Saturday – Morning (11am-2pm)
05/09/15 – Saturday – Afternoon (3pm-6pm)
10/09/15 – Thursday – Evening (6pm-9pm)
11/09/15 – Friday – Evening (6pm-9pm)
12/09/15 – Saturday – Morning (11am-2pm)
12/09/15 – Saturday – Afternoon (3pm-6pm)
In other news, we’re pleased to announce that we will be taking part in the next couple of Crafty Fox events; as part of the London Design Festival on the 27th of September and also at the Bussey Building in Peckham on the 10th of October. It was great to work with them as part of Manmade 2015 so we’ll be exhibiting with them again!
And a hearty handshake to everyone who came along to our Letterpress Workshop in Fortnum & Mason as part of the London Design Festival. It was a roaring success with vast crowds of people turning up to see the presses in action and have a go pulling prints, as well as plenty of unsuspecting shoppers drawn in by the sight and sound of a working Cropper Charlton Peerless. There were several days where we had queues of up to twenty people lining up to try their hand on the little Adana 8×5. Our trusty print counter showed that almost 1000 people made a personalised notebook over the week and no one lost their fingers either!
For those of you who couldn’t make it there are some photos of our set-up;
We are now firmly ensconced back in our normal, turps-scented, ink-stained studios, and so too is the Peerless. It’s rather strange to be away from printing for such a long stint but fear not; we are back in action and have a number of Thrilling Developments we are working on at the moment.
The set-up is done, the printing press is in place and we are ready to go on our London Design Festival event at Fortnum & Mason. We’re actually starting a couple of days early and will be present in-store from the 12th of September all the way through to the 22nd. We are located on the 1st floor of the store by the main staircase.
We’ve finished up all the work on the bespoke range of commissioned products for Fortnum & Mason; they will all be on display in our workshop area and available to purchase, also from the 12th of September onwards. We’ve just had time to take some quick product shots of the range that you can see below.
We will be printing some more of the actual bespoke products, in-store on our antique Peerless printing press, so you can see exactly how we manufacture all our stationery items. Additionally, if you’re itching to have a go then we’ll be running a small workshop area where anyone can come up and personalise and print your own notebook to take home on the day.
We’ll be there everyday from 11am – 7pm, so if you like printing, stationery, tea, bees or all of the above, come along to Piccadilly and say hello!
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Thursday 12th of September -Sunday 22nd of September
Every day from 11am – 7pm
First Floor Stationery Department,
Fortnum & Mason,
181 Piccadilly ,
With one week to go, the preparations continue apace for our London Design Festival event. We are currently in a flurry of activity working to get everything ready, not least of which are the commissioned bespoke products that we are producing with Fortnum & Mason. We’ve designed a range of six greetings cards plus a new style A5 double notebook set all to celebrate the history of the store. We’re just putting the finishing touches to them now but here are some work in progress shots from last week:
Test print detail of part of the notebook 2-colour design; gold ink onto Fortnum’s turquoise / eau de nil.
Our press being inked up in a rather fetching, and not frequently seen from us, shade of pink for two of the colourways on the greetings cards. One is pink and grey, the other pink and purple.
All the finished products will be exclusively available through Fortnum & Mason and launched during the event. Additionally we’ll be producing some of them all week, live in store on our press so you can come see how they were made.
After much planning and tinkering we are proud to announce that we will be taking part in this year’s London Design Festival in conjunction with Fortnum & Mason. Following on from having previously run an open workshop event with Cockpit Arts way back in the mists of time (2009 to be precise), we felt it was high time that we ran another public event to help introduce people to the wonderful, ink-stained world of letterpress. It just so happens that venerable retailer (and SORT stockist) Fortnum & Mason are planning on relaunching their stationery department in September and we are delighted to be able to work with them and celebrate the history of the store at the same time.
The London Design Festival itself runs from the 14th – 22nd of September, plus we may be adding a few extra days before that, which will be confirmed a bit nearer the date. During this time, we will be setting up a recreation of a portion of our studio; hauling one of our antique Victorian presses into the store as well as a multitude of printing paraphernalia. We are also currently designing a collection of bespoke stationery items for Fortnum & Mason that will celebrate their history and their legacy of tea. These exclusive products will be available during the event plus we will be actually printing some of them in store for the duration and running demonstrations to show the public the processes involved in how we manufacture our products. As well as this, we will be offering walk-in interactive demos and free, customisable keepsakes, for those wishing to have a go at some type composing and pulling of prints.
We will be releasing more information and specifics as we approach the launch but if you have any queries then just send us an email.
In the meantime, here’s a shot of what kind of preparations we’ve got underway; we started off by giving one of our demonstration Adanas a good scrub up and a lick of paint*. Here it is disassembled and ready to be stripped:
* we managed to resist our overriding temptation to chrome plate it and have since stuck with a more traditional paint job.
And, for those of you not based in London or may have missed it, we had a nice little preview in last week’s Time Out too!
Image courtesy of Ms. Tamasyn Gambell. Repeatedly.