10 best Lead Graffiti things of 2017

Newest books from center, then top center clockwise

We had a good year creatively with our interest in moving toward the production of our own books. Electric Fire was included in a very competitive competition sponsored by the College Book Arts Association.

Manhattan Book Fair

Library of Congress Purchase

Hamilton Wood Type Museum Wayzgoose


Here we are at the Lancaster Printers' Fair, sponsored by the .918 Club. Ray is an active member on the club's Board of Directors.

Chris Fritton, the Itinerant Printer, traveling the entire U.S. visiting shops (he spent a week with Lead Graffiti back in MONTH YEAR

Lancaster Printers Fair

Anne Arundel clamshells


Women's March / Science March / pussy hats



Waldorf diplomas / 18


Stephen Frykholm + picnic poster exhibition


Appalachian Trail meeting with Lindsay

Our good friend and letterpress printer, Lindsay Schmittle, undertook a grand project entitled "The Printed Walk," a solo walk of the 2,200 mile Appalachian Trail. We wanted to get at least a bit involved, so we drove to Harper's Ferry, West Virginia, and walked out a couple of miles and met her and walked back into town. A couple of good meals, a nice night in a soft bed, a warm shower, an evening of stories, and everyone went on their way. Killer day.


[HAS HEART] project


New website / blog


Not in top 10 but need to be put in the blog along with the top 10


Craig's Lost Arts photo series

LoC tips jar / Galileo book at LoC

Quotable broadside workshop