Linotype: The Film

The characteristics of a production process often become desirable when the process becomes obsolete; "flaws" become symbolic of the good taste and expense that old ways acquire when freed from commercial significance. But it's not just a cult of the hand-made. Even the heaviest and most unwieldy machinery can attain the same same cachet. Whatever the word for this technological nostalgia is, Linotype is surely the most extreme example. [Linotype: The Film] (Previously)