The Printing Process of Field Notes

November 3rd, 2010



Coudal Partners has come forth this video that takes you from the printing process of the limited-edition Raven’s Wing Field Notes all the way to the packaging. Its a shame this version is sold out, I would have really liked to get my hands on a few.

The covers are printed by Flywheel Letterpress in Freeport, Illinois on an American-made, black-and-charcoal duplex linen cover stock from Neenah. The charcoal-colored inside cover is printed in black on a vintage offset press. The graph paper is lined in grey and come in 3-packs tightly shrink-wrapped with an orange, French Paper Co. band.

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  1. rent says:

    Great video. I think I could watch printing presses work all day long.

  2. Qube says:

    Sent a tingle down the back. Sweet.

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  4. Taylor says:

    Its really cool to see the production level of what it takes to push all of these out. Its fascinating to see all this super precise machinery work!


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