Someone called the other day and said “I just wanted to make sure you’re still open cause you haven’t updated your blog in two years.”
Touché observant viewer, touché.
The answer was of course: “Yes, yes we are.” In fact, we’ve never been more open and more in business. Despite the fact that our website has been not-so-mildly neglected we’ve been printing like mad and making big plans. A sincere thank you to those of you who continue to support us by choosing us to do your letterpress printing. If this is your first time visiting our site, don’t worry, there’s plenty more where these 3 posts came from. Drop us a line or give us a call, we’d be happy to send you pricing for your next project and real paper samples that are better than a blog post any day.
We’re looking forward to an amazing 2011.
This birth announcement was a special one for my very own baby girl, Eden.
This announcement was letterpress printed using 4 colors on a metallic paper called Reich Shine. We had fun with this one and took advantage of some unique tricks such as overprinting and a split ink fountain. The end result is a print that actually appears to have more than the original 4 colors used.
See more photos of Eden’s birth announcement on our flickr page.
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This letterpressed business card for Ron Roark’s Mindpunch creative service is one of our recent favorites. Ron makes very wise use of artwork and ink coverage for letterpress printing. When the brain illustration was pressed into the paper the negative spaces in the illustration “pillow” up a bit around the impression. This added dimension really makes for a memorable business card that people won’t soon forget. Letterpress printed in 2 spot colors on Neenah Neutech 160# paper.
See more pictures of Ron’s great design on our flickr page.
Tosh and Victoria Brown are a design duo to be reckoned with. So it only makes sense that when the time came to announce the arrival of their firstborn they’d do it up right. The custom illustration is a perfect graphical representation of them both and really captures their style.
We letterpress printed this using 4 spot colors on 100% cotton Cranes Lettra paper.
You can view more images of Stella’s announcement on our flickr page.