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  • Sock Monkey
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    Originally posted by Brian861 View Post

    Keith, the lettered Revival is a masterpiece and no photos could ever do it justice. You must own it, feel it, caress it. It's calling to you......
    Don't tempt me. I keep telling myself that I missed out on the 20th CENTURY GHOSTS lettered so if I buy this one, I'll be disappointed I don't have the next. This tactic is working so far. We'll see if I have the endurance to hold out for the long haul.

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  • Brian861
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    Originally posted by bsaenz24 View Post

    Brian, if you caress it too much or too often, it will lose value!!!
    No doubt lol.

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  • bsaenz24
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    Originally posted by Brian861 View Post

    Keith, the lettered Revival is a masterpiece and no photos could ever do it justice. You must own it, feel it, caress it. It's calling to you......
    Brian, if you caress it too much or too often, it will lose value!!!

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  • Brian861
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    Originally posted by Sock Monkey View Post
    I have made the choice that I’m not an artwork portfolio collector (lines have to be drawn somewhere) but this is one that tempted me. I really like the art.

    I also really like the Letterpress lettered editions in general, or at least pictures of REVIVAL and the design of 20th CENTURY GHOSTS. There’s a lettered for sale on EBay that I keep eyeing, but I have to remind myself I’m not a big King collector and that I’d be being it solely for the design aesthetics. I will have to be content with my limited editions.
    Keith, the lettered Revival is a masterpiece and no photos could ever do it justice. You must own it, feel it, caress it. It's calling to you......

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  • Sock Monkey
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    I have made the choice that I’m not an artwork portfolio collector (lines have to be drawn somewhere) but this is one that tempted me. I really like the art.

    I also really like the Letterpress lettered editions in general, or at least pictures of REVIVAL and the design of 20th CENTURY GHOSTS. There’s a lettered for sale on EBay that I keep eyeing, but I have to remind myself I’m not a big King collector and that I’d be being it solely for the design aesthetics. I will have to be content with my limited editions.

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  • bsaenz24
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    It will be mine!!!!!!

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  • Brian861
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    Gonna be gorgeous I believe.

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  • Brian James Freeman
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    The July 2020 update on the REVIVAL Artwork Portfolio:

    https://letterpresspublications.com/...uction-update/



    This was also sent out to the mailing list this morning (Saturday, July 11), so please check your spam folder if you didn't receive it!

    Brian

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  • Brian James Freeman
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    Originally posted by swintek View Post
    Brian, was the above referenced newsletter (today) only for certain folks (who may have ordered Suntup books through you previously?), because I didn't receive an LRP newsletter today. I did get the one under your byline re: The Girl Who Builds Monsters.
    Hey, sorry! I stopped getting notifications about this thread for some reason, and totally missed your question.

    That newsletter went out to everyone on the LPP list, but I also just recently switched to a new newsletter service, so I should have posted a note and asked folks to check their spam. I will remember on the next mailing!

    Brian

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  • swintek
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    Originally posted by Splync View Post

    The only book I've ordered directly through LPP is 20th Century Ghosts and I got the email about 1984. Did you check spam?
    Thanks. Yeah, I've only ordered 20th Century Ghosts as well. Nothing in spam. I've had problems with their email specifically. I seem to get, like- every 3rd one, or something.

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  • Splync
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    Originally posted by swintek View Post
    Brian, was the above referenced newsletter (today) only for certain folks (who may have ordered Suntup books through you previously?), because I didn't receive an LRP newsletter today. I did get the one under your byline re: The Girl Who Builds Monsters.
    The only book I've ordered directly through LPP is 20th Century Ghosts and I got the email about 1984. Did you check spam?

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  • swintek
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    Brian, was the above referenced newsletter (today) only for certain folks (who may have ordered Suntup books through you previously?), because I didn't receive an LRP newsletter today. I did get the one under your byline re: The Girl Who Builds Monsters.

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  • MikeStegs
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    Originally posted by Ben Staad View Post
    I just read the newsletter in regards to 1984 from Suntup and I think it's great. I had already ordered/reserved a copy from Camelot but I love the offer. I think that's a great way to do business these days. Kudos to Letterpress for offering something that gives folks on a budget an opportunity to own a cool book.
    I just placed my order for the Artist Gift Edition of “1984” through LPP. I like having this option to pre-order with or without payment in advance, and I’m happy to support Mr. Freeman’s company. I also ordered Fahrenheit 451 from LPP previously and these will be my first Suntup books. I appreciate Letterpress adding them to their store and hope future gift editions will be offered also.

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  • Ben Staad
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    I just read the newsletter in regards to 1984 from Suntup and I think it's great. I had already ordered/reserved a copy from Camelot but I love the offer. I think that's a great way to do business these days. Kudos to Letterpress for offering something that gives folks on a budget an opportunity to own a cool book.

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  • Brian861
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    Originally posted by Brian James Freeman View Post

    I'll have to think about how to share the info without giving away the project because it could be guessed if I say too much, and I'll definitely be working with one of the authors involved in the future, and it wasn't his fault things didn't work out, ha... I'll contemplate how for another day!

    Brian
    Gotcha. Maybe better left unsaid. Sometimes, dead is better......

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