Chris Miller originally sent me an email to tell me there was a new “camera lucida” device, a NeoLucida, available online (they had previously sold out when they were initially offered through Kickstarter.com). The name was familiar, I used a Lucigraph for years to size and trace various elements of illustrations—the same basic idea. But […]
Want to hear old people talk about the olden days of graphic design?
Haha… sounds like a real treat huh? I don’t know a lot about a lot of stuff, but I know a lot about the way design was done before desktop computers. I have opaqued negatives, cut Amberlith, I owned a Goodkin Lucigraph, could identify a Lectro-Stik by its smell alone, and have spent over twenty […]