'Look After The Forest'

Hooksmith Press

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    • Order placed
    • 14th July
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    • 19th July
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    • Standard delivery
    • 23rd - 24th July
  • Recycled Materials
  • Made in UK
  • Handmade
Description

Growing up in a national park in NZ, with a botanist-father active in forest conservation, this print is from the heart.

Composed with a Day and Collins manufactured Helvetica-style square sans dating from the 1880’s (sourced from Bournemouth, though apparently originally of the Lion Press, Southwark (?))

An image from a vintage copper-electro advertisement of a similar aged ‘Kent-Axe’ (Martindale of Birmingham), adorns the poster.

A self fulfilling prophecy and a good yardstick for the future generations.

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Recycled card stock 162x450mm, sold unframed.

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Hooksmith

Hooksmith Press

Leytonstone, london

Typographic prints made lovingly by hand, using age old and rare letterpress equipment from the vast and revered Hooksmith Press collection–some nearing 200 years old.

The wordsmithing is as varied as the typefaces. Hooksmith Press produces both solely text-based prints, and text accompanied by imagery (from antique advertising/pictorial plates and bold colour blocks and borders). Subjects range from, fun poetic-witticisms, nostalgic & contemporary observations/sage advice or the just plain obtuse.