With technology advancing at such a rapid rate, it can be easy to forget how things were done back in the day. When it comes to printing, fortunately there is a place that allows you to explore the history of books, printing and the book arts. Great to know if you are working on a project that requires historical accuracy!
Founded in 1988, The International Printing Museum has one of the largest collections of antique printing machinery in the world, and offers a great way to see how it was used through working demonstrations.
More importantly for us is that aver the years many of their items have been used in film productions, and continue to be available for rental today. Printing presses, blocks, and much more are just a phone call away.