A print shop of a type once widespread across Britain but now rare. Housed in the back of a newsagent on the high street of a picturesque and literary East Sussex town, Adams produces everything from tide tables to the local gazette in the virtually extinct processes of woodblock and letterpress. Regular supplier to designer Anthony Burrill, who moved nearby from London and noticed a unique print style and output around town.
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