Val Lucas
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  • Monkton, MD
  • United States
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Still room in Paul Moxon's Vandercook classes in Baltimore!

There's still space in both of Paul Moxon's upcoming Vandercook Maintenance workshops, Towson University on Saturday, Feb 1 (…Continue

Started Jan 27, 2014

Infinite Printing
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I wanted to share this animation of my new shop! I'm converting a barn to a printshop, and got the first press up and running: …Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Denise Newberry Sep 2, 2012.

Film Negatives Source

This came up at the conference, the increasing difficulty of finding film negatives. I'd like to mention that my day job, Alpha Graphics, Inc., still runs RREU negatives from your digital files.…Continue

Tags: film, platemaking, negatives

Started Aug 10, 2011


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Make/model of press(es)?
Colts Armory, C&P OS, United States, Vandercook #14
Press or Business Name
Bowerbox Press
Printing for How Long?
Since 2005
Services Offered in Addition to Letterpress?
Foil Stamping, Bookbinding, Graphic Design
Apprentices or Interns Welcome?
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Paul Moxon Vandercook Workshops in Baltimore

An announcement- there will be 2 1-day Vandercook Maintenance workshops the first weekend in February in Baltimore, taught by Paul Moxon of and the Vanderblog. More info here:

Feb 1, Saturday: Towson University: They have 2 Universal 1's so it will  be a good opportunity to really learn about this press. Register here: …


Posted on January 7, 2014 at 7:34pm

Collaborative 2012 Calendar from the Chesapeake Chapter of APHA

Hi Ladies!

I wanted to post here about a calendar project I helped organize. 12 members of the Chesapeake Chapter of the American Printing History Association worked on the pages for a 2012 calendar, showcasing all the different ways to print on a letterpress. Each month is printed in a different manner, including hand set type, woodcut, polymer, and old cuts.

We're selling them to raise money for the chapter so we can invite printers and other interesting people to come give…


Posted on December 8, 2011 at 7:00pm

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