Collaborative traditional cut and paste (scissors and glue ) collage blog with a weekly set theme.
Norman was not normal. His numbers counted lots. He let them fly about the place and land upon his plots.
I DO, I DO!!! when I first started out in the graphic arts business, my mid-twenties, while attending art school, I had to set type on a TYPOSITOR, a machine manufactured for the production of high-quality hand-set display type. Specifically, newspaper headlines. It was fun, tedious and the very worst part was the vat of smelly chemical I had to change periodically...the strips of type came out wet, as I recall, and had to dry before you could affix them to your page using a hot wax machine. Boy, those were the days. So hats off to you, Norman! And thanks for the memories, Hazel!
I think that machine would make a racket. Some good twofer deals and more from Norman though!I remember those rotating wax machines at college then in industry. I found it hard to get type straight in those days on the paste-up board. The compute-tators sorted that out eventually.
Thank you for your comments...this collage seems to have unlocked lots of memories....:)