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  • v  raise in a relief
    embossed stationery

  • When printed, the little plates emboss themselves more deeply into the paper than the ground plate, giving a perspective effect.
  • Fonda finally solved that problem with a "yieldable bed" of felt under the film, which would permit the needle to emboss a groove in the film without cutting through it.
  • When the stationery embosser doesn't emboss or the magnifying glasses don't magnify, the consumer can face a five-month fight for a refund and still get stuck with the cost of .
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  • Version 13 Festival welds art and social programs in Bridgeport
    In an open field in Birmingham, Ala., Eric Fuertes and his collaborators operate an ornate printing press to the sound of death metal music. “We emboss or burn our images into paper, leather, wood or any other material that chooses to be placed upon the altar of our art-making machine,” said Fuertes, an adjunct professor of sculpture at Northern Illinois University. Two silver skulls sit on ...
    June 13, 2013 - WBEZ 91.5 Chicago
  • Version 13 Festival examines how neighborhoods are wired through social programs
    In an open field in Birmingham, Ala., Eric Fuertes and his collaborators operate an ornate printing press to the sound of death metal music. “We emboss or burn our images into paper, leather, wood or any other material that chooses to be placed upon the altar of our art-making machine,” said Fuertes, an adjunct professor of sculpture at Northern Illinois University. Two silver skulls sit on ...
    June 13, 2013 - WBEZ 91.5 Chicago

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