[Full disclosure: I also serve as president of APHA.] The American Printing History Association has jumped feet-first into the 21st century by ending its quarterly newsletter and developing a blog as the home page of its newly redesigned website. Thanks to the coincidence of it happening on the heels of APHA’s annual conference (on the topic of color printing) in NYC last weekend, there is plenty of material right now. Color printing in old comic books? Multicolored wood type? 19th-century children’s books? They’re all here.
The site was developed by Michael Russem (designer), Harold Kyle (programmer), and Paul Moxon (editor)–who are all well known in the FPBA world.