"the Terrascopædia bridges the aesthetic divide between Arts and Crafts movement publications and twentieth-century music fanzines. This series is something very special." Fiddlers Green magazine, June 2019
"With hand-cut paper and as much attention to artistry as the musicians it features inside, the publication is one of a kind - a rare example of format and subject matter working together in perfect harmony" Pressing Matters, issue 7
Terrascopædia Issue 12
Published June 2019, our 12th issue finds us running feature interviews with Wet Tuna, The Left Outsides and Dean McPhee (the latter two fresh from their performance at the Woolf II festival of music & print which took place at Cleeve House, Wiltshire over the weekend of June 8th and 9th 2019)
120 copies produced. Each copy is entirely hand made from cover to cover, typeset primarily in 12pt Caslon Old Face, with a bit of 16pt Poliphilus thrown in for good measure, and lovingly printed in full colour on unbleached, hand cut 7" square paper on a fully restored 1926 vintage, 10cwt Arab Foolscap Folio treadle press.
Please be aware that due to the hand-made nature of this publication, small mistakes are bound to occur and no two copies can ever be exactly the same.
Stitched. Illustrated. Full colour. 16 pages plus cover. Acid free cotton rag deckle edged paper. Measures approx. 7 inches by 7 inches and mailed in a 7" record, hand printed card mailer for safety.
Cost: £9.00 a copy, postage included (UK), £10.00 (EU), £12.00 (RoW)
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