Sunday, 27 September 2009




Last week I took my camera to the John Jarrold printing museum in Norwich, which is jam-packed with really old presses, letterpress stuff and type from the ages. It's amazing and the people there who run it are lovely - they still use the stuff and volunteer their time to tell people about it. Above are some of the pictures I took.

7 comments:

marie-louise said...

Vilka fina gamla grejer och vilken teknik!

marie-louise said...

Oh, I thougt Norwich was Norway, I am so very, very bad in English, but I try...
I think that you have a very nice blog!

musie said...

Gorgeous. Absolutely gorgeous. I go crazy for old letterpress things. So beautiful.

jokemijn said...

i'm fond of these things! i'm gonna learn how to make these metal little letters, teacher told me we'd have a class in a museum much alike.

Fine Little Day said...

how beautiful.

Elizabeth said...

I love your pictures. They remind me of a candy shop I used to work at...the owner's family had owned the building for years and there were all sorts of old cash registers in the attic. Totally creepy but I love it :)

jessica, a miniature rhino said...

gasp! i want!