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Edmund Evans’ Printing Press
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Origin

Edmund Evans

Type

Printing Press

Effects

Turns a location into childlike settings

Downsides

User will be blinded by colors

Activation

Placing a photo on the press

Collected by

Warehouse 12

Section

Iris-258G

Aisle

84077-2159

Shelf

346189-5764-984

Date of Collection

February 27, 1913

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OriginEdit

Edmund Evans was a wood engraver and color printer in the Victorian era. During this time, he specialized in full color printing. He did many illustrations for children’s books and toys, adding color with a process called chromoxylography. It used a minimal amount of colors, but Evans was able to mix them to create many more.

EffectsEdit

Laying a picture of a location will turn that place more childlike and whimsical, adding more color and toys. It even changes the people to become more exciting and in line with a typical children’s story. The user will be able to see more colors than the eye normally sees. The mixture will become so vibrant, it will cause the user’s brain to reject what their eyes see and cause blindness.

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