Baby Ink Twice: Exhibition of Posters by Dafi Kühne

Dafi Kühne is a letterpress printer, graphic designer, and typographer from Switzerland. Along with digital means, he works with letterpress printing presses, foundry metal and wood type, laser-cut, and other materials. Dafi studied at the Visual Communications Department of Zürich University of the Arts. He

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Konopelski Collection featured in ACID FREE Magazine

The HMCT Archive acquired a large collection of Polish posters from designer and ArtCenter College of Design educator Leonard Konopelski in 2020. Much of the work represented was produced by the Polish School of Posters, formed because the Communist regime of Poland (1944-1989) banned film

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HMCT Archive acquires Alan Kitching and Kevin Smith Collection

HMCT Archive and Archetype Press have recently acquired an important collection including all of the acclaimed Broadside prints published from 1988 to 2020 by artists and master printers Alan Kitching and Kelvyn Smith at their renowned New Typography Workshop press in London. Alan’s personal project,

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Collecting and Archives:
Ramone Muñoz

I was honored, but not surprised, about a request from HMCT to briefly write about collecting. I started collecting books and art in high school and, in my family, I’m considered the Benedictine. My partner is the Franciscan. As I near retirement from ArtCenter, I

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Baby Ink Twice: Exhibition of Posters by Dafi Kühne

Dafi Kühne is a letterpress printer, graphic designer, and typographer from Switzerland. Along with digital means, he works with letterpress printing presses, foundry metal and wood type, laser-cut, and other materials. Dafi studied at the Visual Communications Department of Zürich University of the Arts. He

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Konopelski Collection featured in ACID FREE Magazine

The HMCT Archive acquired a large collection of Polish posters from designer and ArtCenter College of Design educator Leonard Konopelski in 2020. Much of the work represented was produced by the Polish School of Posters, formed because the Communist regime of Poland (1944-1989) banned film

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HMCT Archive acquires Alan Kitching and Kevin Smith Collection

HMCT Archive and Archetype Press have recently acquired an important collection including all of the acclaimed Broadside prints published from 1988 to 2020 by artists and master printers Alan Kitching and Kelvyn Smith at their renowned New Typography Workshop press in London. Alan’s personal project,

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Collecting and Archives:
Ramone Muñoz

I was honored, but not surprised, about a request from HMCT to briefly write about collecting. I started collecting books and art in high school and, in my family, I’m considered the Benedictine. My partner is the Franciscan. As I near retirement from ArtCenter, I

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