Press proof


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1.(Print.) The last proof for correction before sending to press.
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228 items, including Hogarth Press proof copies; Hogarth Press publication catalogues; bronze medal of Virginia Woolf by Marta Firlet; oil on canvas portrait of Amaryllis Garnett by Vanessa Bell (c.1958); Duncan Grant and Vanessa Bell designed Clarice Cliff dinner plates, 95 additional items.
Like the time when for no reason at all--well, other than not being able to feel it in my hands--I dropped my pen at work while I was reviewing a press proof with my designer.
Nattily designed by his flam boyant collaborator, Quentin Fiore, it featured a thirty-two-page press proof of the two authors reading from their recent publication, The Medium Is the Massage, texts by other writers on themes such as "The Electronics of Music" and "The Anti-Environmental Man," notes by John Cage titled "How to Improve the World," and a psychedelic poster of "The TV Generation."
Budget permitting (based on the size of the run) have the printer run a press proof.
Recent Acquisitions: 228 items, including Hogarth Press proof copies; Hogarth Press publication catalogues; bronze medal of Virginia Woolf by Marta Firlet; oil on canvas portrait of Amaryllis Garnett by Vanessa Bell (c.1958); Duncan Grant and Vanessa Bell designed Clarice Cliff dinner plates.
Color approval should be "in the proofing" by your printer via a pre-press proofing system or press proof.
That's why we run a press proof, and I match it to what they've done before.
APR says that essentially the system is creating a digital press proof of each label job.