Printeresting Events

The Devil's Artisan attends a number of interesting events involving printmaking, book arts, design etc. Check out some of the recent events we've had the pleasure to experience.
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Stephanie Small, Tim Inkster and George A. Walker at the OCADU Book Arts Fair, December 10, 2016. Photo by Don McLeod.

Stephanie Small, Tim Inkster and George A. Walker at the OCADU Book Arts Fair, December 10, 2016. Photo by Don McLeod.

Will Rueter and Alan Stein at the OCADU Book Arts Fair, December 10, 2016. Photo by Don McLeod.

Will Rueter and Alan Stein at the OCADU Book Arts Fair, December 10, 2016. Photo by Don McLeod.

Posters in the OCADU printmaking department. OCADU Book Arts Fair, December 10, 2016. Photo by Don McLeod.

Posters in the OCADU printmaking department. OCADU Book Arts Fair, December 10, 2016. Photo by Don McLeod.

Stephanie Small, Tim Inkster and Tom Smart chat with customers at the OCADU Book Arts Fair, December 10, 2016. Photo by Don McLeod.

Stephanie Small, Tim Inkster and Tom Smart chat with customers at the OCADU Book Arts Fair, December Photo by Don McLeod.

Posters in the OCADU printmaking department. OCADU Book Arts Fair, December 10, 2016. Photo by Don McLeod.

Posters in the OCADU printmaking department. OCADU Book Arts Fair, December 10, 2016. Photo by Don McLeod.

Posters in the OCADU printmaking department. OCADU Book Arts Fair, December 10, 2016. Photo by Don McLeod.

Posters in the OCADU printmaking department. OCADU Book Arts Fair, December 10, 2016. Photo by Don McLeod.

Tim Inkster, Stephanie Small and Elke Inkster behind the PQL book table at the Grimsby Wayzgoose, April 30, 2016. Photo by Don McLeod.

Tim Inkster, Stephanie Small and Elke Inkster behind the PQL book table at the Grimsby Wayzgoose, April Photo by Don McLeod.

Wise words at the Grimsby Wayzgoose, April 30, 2016. Photo by Don McLeod.

Wise words at the Grimsby Wayzgoose, April Photo by Don McLeod.

Paul Shaw with Rod McDonald who designed Cartier Book based on Carl Dair’s Cartier, released for Canada’s centenary in 1967. Credit: Don McLeod.

Paul Shaw with Rod McDonald who designed Cartier Book based on Carl Dair’s Cartier, released for Canada’s centenary in 1967. Credit: Don McLeod.

The book table at the Arts & Letters Club event. Obviously the work of an enthusiastic publicist. Credit: Don McLeod.

The book table at the Arts & Letters Club event. Obviously the work of an enthusiastic publicist. Credit: Don McLeod.

Arts & Letters Club in Toronto, March 2017. Credit: Don McLeod.

Arts & Letters Club in Toronto, March 2017. Credit: Don McLeod.

Camilla Gryski, Michelle Walker, and George Walker at Paul Shaw's talk at the Arts & Letters Club in Toronto, March 2017. Credit: Don McLeod.

Camilla Gryski, Michelle Walker, and George Walker at Paul Shaw's talk at the Arts & Letters Club in Toronto, March 2017. Credit: Don McLeod.

Paul Shaw, an award-winning designer, typographer and design historian based in New York City, speaking at the Arts & Letters Club in Toronto, March 2017. Credit: Don McLeod.

Paul Shaw, an award-winning designer, typographer and design historian based in New York City, speaking at the Arts & Letters Club in Toronto, March 2017. Credit: Don McLeod.

Paul Shaw, author of Revival Type (Yale, 2017), speaking at the Arts & Letters Club in Toronto, March 2017. Credit: Don McLeod.

Paul Shaw, author of Revival Type (Yale, 2017), speaking at the Arts & Letters Club in Toronto, March 2017. Credit: Don McLeod.

Brian Donnelly, Sheridan College, and Linda Gustafson, Counterpunch, at a talk by Paul Shaw at the Arts & Letters Club in Toronto, March 2017. Credit: Don McLeod.

Brian Donnelly, Sheridan College, and Linda Gustafson, Counterpunch, at a talk by Paul Shaw at the Arts & Letters Club in Toronto, March 2017. Credit: Don McLeod.

Posters in the OCADU printmaking department. OCADU Book Arts Fair, December 10, 2016. Photo by Don McLeod.

Posters in the OCADU printmaking department. OCADU Book Arts Fair, December 10, 2016. Photo by Don McLeod.

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