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Meeting the Jewish Cultural Needs of the Visually Impaired and the Blind

A fine example of solid ink lay down by using a double-hit of green to avoid banding and weak color. In addition the black and white halftones exhibit fine detail and tonal balance.


The Jewish Braille Institute of America


Henrietta Condak


8 ½” x 11″ 12-page plus cover

Scan and re-curve images from reflective art

Cover: PMS 3C black plus two hits of PMS green plus overall matte laminate on two sides; text PMS black plus PMS green

110 lb Mohawk 50-10 Bright White Cover and 100 lb Mohawk 50-10 Bright White Text Saddle-stitched