Pantone before Pantone was Pantone

Back in 1692 an artist known only as “A. Boogert” sat down and produced a book about mixing watercolors.  His plan was to show all possible color variations achievable in watercolor painting.  By adding water and dyes, Boogert was able to create what many would consider the precursor to the Pantone Color Guide. At just […]

Throwback Thursday: Superior Set No. 4000

I hinted yesterday that todays post from me would be nostalgic.  Ebay has been my best asset indigging up old print artifcacts.    Because of that, my print collection is growing and I am proud to add this antique to the list. Meet the ‘Prentice Rubber Type Set.  Just like the Cub Press I posted about a […]