Free download to the first person that can accurately name all the tools in this letterpress icon set!
7 months ago
Ruler. Calculator. Large ink knife. Tape. Paperclip. Protractor. Small ink knife. Hempl Quoin Key. Another paperclip :) Punaise.
Small ink knife. Type. Utility knife/Stanley knife. Ink roller. Composing Stick. Hammer :)?. T-square. Ink. Scalpel. Pencil.
I think :>
Nice work @Suzie Creamcheese! I can't believe you got composing stick! Questionable though on some of the other ones. Maybe someone can help you out.
Protractor = Triangle
Another paperclip = Bulldog clip
Ink roller = Brayer
Hammer = Rubber mallet
Are those the 4 @Suzie Creamcheese missed? Nice work by the way @Suzie Creamcheese :)
@James Lavine Rubber mallet, brayer (or roller) & bulldog clip, for sure! Not sure if triangle is totally right though.
@Suzie Creamcheese also called one of the items a scalpel. I guess that's not what it is, technically. I'm sure it could be used for that though.
@ampersandrewT and @James Lavineh, thanks!
That thing next to the pencil? Looks like a scalpel to me. I'm no native speaker, so I had to translate a few words..(like protractor) In my language it's called a "geo-triangle" :)
6 months ago
So sorry @Suzie Creamcheese I didn't get back to you. Believe it or not I was off the computer all weekend.
I didn't realize you were in Belgium (and not a native speaker). I actually spent some time last year in Liège. We were shooting photos at Calatrava's train station. I'm pretty sure I would go back for the chocolate alone. Had a good time and the people were so friendly.
A scalpel is something a doctor would use to make an incision on someone. So I guess technically it's a surgical tool. The tool next to the pencil that looks just like a scalpel is actually an "x acto knife". That's what people would use for trimming paper and such. So you weren't far off. :)
Regardless, if you and @James Lavine would send send me your email addresses, I'd be happy to share these with you.
Email: xo (at) ampersandrew dot com
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