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I am a student of second year of MA and Im analyzing visual elements of cookbooks from Warsaw, from the xix and xx century.
One of my issues is the analysis of the cover pages, the materials from which the book was done ( paper type, bookbinding)
Do you have knowledge and you can recommend me books that talk aboout such topics, for example, which materials were used in production of books (XIX and XX century)?
If not, do you know someone or a place where could I ask this question?
I have read some of the material how the book was made but i wanted something more specific about paper and bookbinding.
i will be glad to here from you :)
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I want to learn more about the process of reading. Does somebody know of any scientific papers or other resources that deal with topics such as legibility, visual perception or cognitive processing of written texts, etc...?
Thanks for your help!
Does anyone have any experience printing on specialty paper?
I'm a complete newb when it comes to commercial printers.
Most online printers have such bad quality paper stock, I want to use my own stock paper from a specialty mill.
The stocks I want to use are typically 110lb to 120lb and do not really work well with laser, I would need an offset printer or some other alternative?
Are there any online places that specialize in printing on specialty papers that except full color files?
Would it be better to just go to a local printer with my paper?
So as much as we all love identifying type I was hoping someone would be able to help me out and tell me about the paper stock used here: http://img158.yfrog.com/img158/1065/6gkv.jpg.
Really any information would help. Who makes it or something like it....even if you just know what that kind of paper is called so I can figure out what to search for.
Pen, ruling pen, Rapidograph, brush, paint, knife, straightedge, swivel knife, pencil, Amberlith, visualizing paper, and a host of other devices preceeded today's digital tools in the design of type faces. Some are still used today for preliminary design work.