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Museum of Forgotten Art Supply

Before the age of Photoshop, artists and illustrators had to rely on - gasp - manual tools to create their artwork. Well, those days had come and gone but thanks to Lou Brooks of the Museum of Forgotten Art Supply, we can still look back at the tools of the art trade of yore: Link

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Never knew this site existed. I have Zipatone by the carload. Also
Press type and loads of mechanical pens. Don't know what to do with them. I'd welcome suggestions
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Yep, I remember the day of drafting by hand in the 80's. There was quite a sense of accomplishment with it, but the artistic expression was slow. CAD and photo shop seam to have done away with the old school style, but there's a quality to the old way that just can't be matched with a computer.
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