Author: Emma Farman

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The First Year of Huskiana: Part Two

Jack Nolan and Minotaur I had the opportunity to sit down and chat with rising senior Jack Nolan (he/him) to discuss his handmade booklet entitled Minotaur. We discussed the difficulties and surprises he encountered using the press for this unique project, and his interest in letter press and tactile creating...

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The First Year of Huskiana: Part One

Isabella Viega and Rabbit Soup / Forest Elegies This article will be the first in a series showcasing the amazing work that has been created using the Huskiana Printing Press in its first year up and running at Northeastern University. I had the opportunity to speak with Northeastern alumni Isabella...

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Recreating Historical Font from WPA Posters at the Huskiana Press

In Spring of 2020, I joined the team of faculty, graduate and undergraduate students in the Letterpress Goes 3D project. This multi-faceted project set out with the goal of recreating historical image blocks, moveable type, and printing plates as well as original material creations of digital fonts and images for...