The Devil's Artisan

Magazine
The goal of the Devil’s Artisan is to foster an appreciation of the physical and social aspects of bookmaking in Canada. We reach out to a global audience of typographic and printing arts enthusiasts who appreciate the value of the printed word even in this digital age. We publish, for example, articles on historical subjects (Rous and Mann Limited; Louis Blake Duff), on type designers (Carl Dair; Jim Rimmer; Rod McDonald), on book design and designers (James Reaney; Laurie Lewis; Seth) and on wood engravers (Gerard Brender à Brandis; George A Walker; Jim Westergard; Alan Stein). We are eager to profile new and small book arts presses in different parts of Canada (Rabbittown Press, Fredericton, NB; Running the Goat Books, St John’s, NF; Frog Hollow Press, Victoria, BC) as well as experimental presses operated by a new generation of print enthusiasts (The Complaint Department; and Pas de chance). Source

Scope Local, Trade/B2B
Language English
Country Canada
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