Category Archives: Products We Sell

About the New Lost Art Press Web Site

By now, most people in the world should be viewing the Lost Art Press web site we launched this afternoon. As with every new web site, there are plusses and minuses (mostly plusses, we hope). Here are some changes you … Continue reading

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New Letterpress Bookplates on the Way

Next week, Lost Art Press titles that I’ve written will feature a new design of signature bookplate. Designed and printed by Brian Stupayrk at Steam Whistle Letterpress & Design, these bookplates are printed in two colors on Crane & Co. … Continue reading

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Coming in 2014: The First English Translation of Félibien

We are pleased to announce that one of the titles we will publish in 2014 is the first English translation of the woodworking sections of André Félibien’s “Princips de l’architecture…,” an important 17th-century book on the craft. “Princips de l’architecture…” … Continue reading

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‘Getting Inlaid Since 1769’ Shirts Now Available

To celebrate the release of “To Make as Perfectly as Possible: Roubo on Marquetry,” we have created this short-sleeve T-shirt screen printed on a gray American Apparel garment. The shirt features a detail from one of the plates from the … Continue reading

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2 Guys With Laptops

Now that John Hoffman is working for Lost Art Press full-time, we have been able to do things we never had time for before, such as the deluxe edition of “To Make as Perfectly as Possible.” But even with both … Continue reading

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Reason No. 5 to Attend Woodworking in America – New T-shirts

5. With your help, we’ll have a new A.-J. Roubo T-shirt design ready for Woodworking in America (not to mention lots of copies of the deluxe and standard editions of “To Make as Perfectly as Possible: Roubo on Marquetry”). On … Continue reading

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‘To Make as Perfectly as Possible’ Standard Edition in Store

The standard edition of “To Make as Perfectly as Possible: Roubo on Marquetry” is now available for pre-publication ordering. If you order before Oct. 10, 2013, when the book ships, you will receive free domestic shipping. The book is $43 … Continue reading

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Price Cut for the Trade Edition of our Roubo Translation

In between cutting dovetails and teaching 10 students to cut dovetails for a tool chest, Megan Fitzpatrick and I are making the final changes to the proof of the trade edition of “To Make as Perfectly as Possible: Roubo on … Continue reading

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Hooking Up, Old School

Artist Wendy Neathery-Wise is now selling her handmade bronze apron hooks in her etsy.com store. I have been using the one she made for me for a couple weeks and really, really, really like it. Really! It’s a great little … Continue reading

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In the Store Now: Roubo Deluxe Edition

It took only six years, but you can now buy the deluxe edition of “To Make as Perfectly as Possible: Roubo on Marquetry” in the Lost Art Press store. The book is made to the highest manufacturing standards. The content … Continue reading

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