Moveable Type Truck by Jon Hall
In July 2011, Kyle Durrie and her mobile letterpress studio she calls Moveable Type visited Make Good in the South Park neighborhood of San Diego.
Friday Interview: Kyle Durrie! by Kristin Crane
Happy Friday, everyone! I’m excited to introduce you to this week’s artist, Kyle Durrie of Power and Light Press. Read on to learn more about Kyle, and about her cross country road trip in a portable letterpress studio. Her truck will roll up to Craftland’s curb on October 14, so save the date! Read more.
Have Press, Will Travel by Glenn Fleishman
Journeyman printers lived up to their name. They travelled. From Gutenberg’s trainees in the 15th century, knowing how to set type and print from it has been a peripatetic profession. Itinerants usually brought with them their skills, not gear. Read more.
Port Townsend Leader
Type truck motors toward Port Townsend by Kathie Meyer
“I’m really drawn to the aesthetic of it,” said Kyle Durrie, 31, of letterpress printing. “It’s a pretty unique medium. I don’t expect everyone to care about it, and that’s not my goal, but a lot of people, when they see it for the first time, there is a moment of ‘wow.’”. Read more.
Power and Light: Letterpress Lives in Portland by Ifanyi Bell
Even though our world is moving further and further into the digital space, letterpress printing — which involves movable type, ink and a press — remains a vibrant fixture in Portland. And Kyle Durrie of Power and Light Press is not only an advocate for the trade, but a phenomenal and dedicated artist. Read more.
OPB Radio: The Speakeasy
Movable Type by Dave Miller
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Moveable Type: Cross-country Adventures in Printing by Kyle Durrie
In November 2010, I launched a fundraising campaign through Kickstarter.com for this crazy project called Moveable Type. This is the video I made for my pitch.