The results are in! Hold on to your masks!
First Place: Becca
Second Place: (Tied) Luna and Matthew
Third Place: Joel
Honorary Mention: Patrick
Here are some examples!
Moe (on the far left):
Some of our participants and our guest judge Carrot Quinn (on the far right):
Check them out here!
Whew, what a weekend.
IPRC volunteers and staff spent all of Saturday and Sunday under the cruel lights of the Oregon Convention Center, tabling for annual book revival Wordstock. The crowd at Wordstock is a funny mix ranging from very established literary celebrities to young kids in trenchcoats who tack the moniker â€œPublished Authorâ€ onto the …
Check out this post on radrobot.org about Perfect Binding. The article was written by B. T. Livermore and features pictures of the IPRC’s Perfect Binder in action. Livermore will be hosting binding hours on Friday nights from 5 to 8 p.m. and will also teach some Perfect Binding classes at the IPRC.
Read his …
Why, it’s the book Hidden Portland by local artist Carye Bye!
Accomplished letterpresser Carye was the first person to churn out an entire little book on our new perfect press binder. It has real glued edges, real beautiful color illustrations and real details on some of Portland’s hidden places. This premiere issue is all about hidden …
Oh man, you should have seen it last week. Member Matt Ocasio has been in the workrooms ceaslessly, it seemed, for the past couple months. And finally last week he showed up right at the beginning of the night for the final step in the creation of his new literary zine <i>The Matter</i> – the …
Yes, we’ve joined the craze.Â Now you can keep up with the latest news at the IPRC by following our Twitter page.Â We’ll be posting upcoming events, new zines and more!
This summer’s first Print Camp was a huge success. Each participant learned Letterpress, Relief Printing, Altered Books and Mimeograph.
We are hoping to offer a Book Arts Camp in the fall with a focus on creative zine binding. Stay tuned in to find out more.
Thanks to Debbie, Dan, Jake, Katie and Ashley for being awesome print …
Times are tough for â€œanalog,â€ or non-digital, media these days.Â Last year, Polaroid announced it was ending production of its namesake cameras and film.Â As supplies run thin, many enthusiasts are racing to find the last caches of film, and paying hefty prices for them.
Photo: Gretchin Lair
As personal computers make a easier and cheaper tool …