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Museum of Forgotten Art Supplies

  • July 10, 2009
  • Maya
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The Museum of Forgotten Art Supplies is place ‘where tools of the trade that have died or have just about died a slow slow death are cheerfully exhibited’.

The image below is an Ellipse Guide. But what is an ellipse guide?

Before Illustrator it was near impossible to draw a 43 1/2 degree ellipse but these handy guides got you close.

I have a vast array of various guides just waiting in storage for the day the electricity is forever gone. (Link)

Visit the online museum to see the Haberule Type Gauge, drafting brushes, a Specialty compass and other forgotten art supplies. You can also submit images of any artistic tools, machinery, gadgets, etc. that you feel have bitten the dust.

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