—Jessica Bennett, “With some selfies, the uglier the better,” The New York Times, February 21, 2014
Chrissie Charlton, co-founder of letterpress print and design house Harrington & Squires, puts this attraction down to a desire for items that, due to “quirky spacing and the odd chipped letter”, have more character and individuality.
“I think everybody’s becoming a little bit jaded by the flatness and, in a way, the high quality of print these days,” she says. “It’s just too polished.”
—Jenny Roper, “Crafty printers revive Gutenberg’s legacy,” March 21, 2012
—J.D. Roberto, “Big Story,” Fox News, May 10, 2007
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