Old Meets New: A 3D-Printed Typeface Used For Letterpress Printing

Type foundry A2-Type, together with New North Press, had created a collection of “plastic blocks” that can be used for printing, called ‘A23D’.

Using a 3D printer, the team recreates the traditional methods used for letterpress printing, as part of the London Design Festival’s ‘Graphic Weekend’, that will be held on 13 September at the V&A Museum.

Find out more about the letterpress font here.

[via Designer Daily]

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