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paste-up

[′pāst‚əp]
(engineering)
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The crux of this labor-intensive, time-costly process is that editors and designers had to get blue-lines--proofs that showed, in shades of blue and white, how the pages would look when printed--to get some feel of how the paste-up boards would look as printed pages.
Adam occasionally provided materials for Jess's work: she took a photograph that became Ida, Duncan & I: Translation #18 (1957) and sent him magazine clippings for paste-ups. Adam also scouted out materials for Jess's "Salvages" series, including a human skull that she offered first with a caveat (its "eye sockets did not look benign") and later, after Jess did not respond, with an entirely different description (it had, she wrote, "beautiful and mysterious eye sockets").
All artwork, paste-ups negatives and magnetic media and plates shall be in
Whether their schtick is old-school graffiti, stencil art or "paste-ups," Melbourne's street artists are pioneers, and you may need a guide to help discover their best work.