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Type Double Feature & Printing Museum


Mon 29 Jul 2013, 8:00pm–10:00pm

Where: Light House Cuba Cinema, 29 Wigan Street, Te Aro, Wellington

Restrictions: All Ages

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Listed by: Dave Keyes

Warm and insightful stories of craftspeople, their tools and their legacies.

DesignCinema & The Printing Museum present a one-night-only Printing extravaganza, including:

Typeface - Wood Type & printing museum documentary
Making Faces - Metal Type documentary
Short local video of casting Metal Type.
Printing Museum Exhibit display
Printing Museum Announcement
Print giveaways for all attendees
and excellent spot prizes for lucky sorts.

Typeface - A 63min film by Justine Nagan
Typeface is an independent documentary film about visual culture, technology and graphic design, centered around the Hamilton Wood Type and Printing Museum in Two Rivers, Wisconsin. Typeface the film focuses on a rural Midwestern museum and print shop where international artists meet retired craftsmen and together navigate the convergence of modern design and traditional technique.

Making Faces - A 43min film by Richard Kegler
In 2008, P22 type foundry commissioned Jim Rimmer (1931-2010) to create a new type design (Stern) that became the first-ever simultaneous release of a digital font and hand-set metal font. Rimmer was one of only a few who possessed the skills needed to create a metal font. This film is a unique opportunity to share Jim's knowledge, processes and passions with the world.

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