Today we had a group from the University of Windsor’s Leddy Library in the studio for a group letterpress session in which they designed and printed a collaborative broadside. Everyone had a blast and they made some great posters!
This is a fun class we’ve done quite a few times now with different groups. If you have a group of friends or colleagues who would love a fun, creative outing together, give the studio a ring and we’ll be happy to help you make it happen!
Our woodcut students put down the last layers on their multi-block prints tonight. Have a look:
Our woodcut students printed their first two colours tonight. Here are a few images of the prints so far. Next week they’ll finish up with two more layers!
White and charcoal ink on black paper.
Today was a busy day in the studio, with a class from the University of Windsor coming by in the morning for a letterpress workshop and a printing session with the lino block class in the evening. Here are a few pictures:
8-year-old Adriaan, a friend of Levigator Press, came by to visit and learned how to do a single-section pamphlet binding.
Here are a few images from Tuesday night’s class. One student prepared a reclaimed cover from an old book, and the others used chipboard covers.
From today’s private instruction session, helping a teacher create a letterpress poster for a class project.
Do you see the mistakes in the lockup? Don’t worry, we fixed them.
Finished books from our students: