A Rogues' Gallery

In A Rogues' Gallery, the Devil's Artisan pays tribute to some of the most influential and accomplished figures in the Canadian book and printing arts. Visit the Rogues' Gallery at: http://devilsartisan.ca/rogues_gallery.html
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JIM RIMMER was a modern-day book arts magus, someone who studied hard to unveil the ancient mysteries of books and printing and was generous enough to invite others along on his journey.

A Rogues' Gallery

In 2005 LARRY THOMPSON bought a Vandercook proofing press, a quantity of lead type and established Greyweathers Press in Merrickville, Ontario.

In 2005 LARRY THOMPSON bought a Vandercook proofing press, a quantity of lead type and established Greyweathers Press in Merrickville, Ontario.

NANCY JACOBI opened The Japanese Paper in Toronto to not only sell quality Japanese papers but to encourage their creative use.

NANCY JACOBI opened The Japanese Paper in Toronto to not only sell quality Japanese papers but to encourage their creative use.

WILL RUETER is the founder of the Aliquando Press. He creates handmade books in the traditional codex format, using handset type and letterpress printing, while attempting to experiment with letterforms, colour, texture, illustration and ornament.

A Rogues' Gallery

LOUIS RIEL was a Métis politician and revolutionary whose enthusiasm for presswork led to a grander idea of establishing a Catholic press at St. Peter's Mission, Montana.

LOUIS RIEL was a Métis politician and revolutionary whose enthusiasm for presswork led to a grander idea of establishing a Catholic press at St.

JAMES REANEY was an author and educator who produced a little magazine called Alphabet, which placed 'documentary on one side and myth on the other: Life and Art.'

JAMES REANEY was an author and educator who produced a little magazine called Alphabet, which placed 'documentary on one side and myth on the other: Life and Art.

WILLIAM LYON MACKENZIE was a Scottish-born Canadian and American journalist whose provocative political rhetoric was published in his newspaper, the Colonial Advocate.

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