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  1. Ralf Herrmann

    Mr Smith’s Letterpress Workshop

    Mr Smith’s Letterpress Workshop in is run by Kelvyn Laurence Smith—a craftsman, designer, typographer, and printmaker. He creates exquisitely crafted contemporary typographic printed matter using wood & metal type in his Letterpress workshop. The workshop also offers letterpress classes.
  2. Ralf Herrmann

    Indiepop Press

    Indiepop Press is a letterpress print shop in North Wales run by Lisa Harman. It was born from a desire that she had to create designs, prints and stationery using a more tactile, robust and raw median. She undertook a year long course under the tuition of the fine artist Elizabeth Willow. Most of Lisa Harman’s work is created using metal or wooden type and ornaments on our antique presses, turning what was once and industry into an art form; but she also enjoy experimenting with polymer plates and other materials to create unique and tailored pieces. The desire to share this art form with others has lead to the creation of a not for profit, open access letterpress studio in North Wales called ffowndri.
  3. Ralf Herrmann

    Nomad Letterpress

    Nomad Letterpress works under the same roof as The Whittington Press which, since 1971, has been printing books by letterpress in the Gloucestershire village of Whittington, from where it has now published over 200 titles. It also publishes the annual journal Matrix and has one of the widest ranges of Monotype matrices anywhere, from which it casts type for itself and others. During the 1970’s computer typesetting put an end to the commercial use of hot-metal and finally finished off letterpress printing. Many printers began the last great disposal of Monotype and letterpress printing machinery and others became its fortunate recipients. The Press acquired a huge collection of Monotype matrices, as well as some excellent letterpress equipment including two precision proof presses, a Heidelberg SBB (22 x 32 ins) cylinder press, a Heidelberg Superspeed platen (10 x 15 ins) and other ancillary equipment such as Funditor and Rouse saws.
  4. Ralf Herrmann

    Typical British Fonts

    A selection of fonts usually connected with Great Britain.
  5. Ralf Herrmann

    TypeTom

    Tom Boulton is a letterpress printer & typographic designer. He was born in Arundel, West Sussex. After completing his degree in Typographic Design at the London College of Printing (LCP) he was based in London for a long time before relocating to live and work by the sea & grow his type & printing press collection. Tom Boulton designs and prints products like greetings cards, notebooks, stationery packs, prints etc. All are printed on letterpress machines dating back to around the 1900’s. The studio also offers letterpress workshops for up to 4 participants at once.
  6. Ralf Herrmann

    The Wooden Truth

    The Wooden Truth is a small letterpress studio based in Lewes in the South East of England run by graphic designer Andrew Chapman. Using a large collection of antique wood and metal type The Wooden Truth makes bespoke letterpress posters and cards using an old proofing press for fun, sale or commissions.
  7. Ralf Herrmann

    Hooksmith Press

    Hooksmith Press is a small letterpress print shop run by Russell Frost. It is based in East London. Presses include an Adana 8×5 platen and several proofing presses including a Farley, Stephenson Blake, Vandercook14 and a Vandercook SP15. The name hooksmith alludes to a time of specialised artisans and guilded craftsmen. It plays on the most common European surname in New Zealand, coupled with the Maori myth where Maui pulls up the North Island with a fish hook.
  8. Ralf Herrmann

    The Smallprint Company

    The Smallprint Company is run by Hannah and Chris Barker. They met at art college and discovered in each other a mutual ambition to run a print studio. After several years in the print and publishing industries they purchased their first press, an Adana. In April 2014 they moved into Studio 0.2 at Banks Mill, an incubation hub for creative businesses. They acquired a beautiful Squintani Model no.6 treadle press, and restored it to full working order and they continue to add to their collection as opportunities arise. In September 2016 they made the leap to their very own independent studios near the centre of Derby and expanded their services to include a gallery space, shop and creative work space for hire. Alongside the wedding and business stationery commissions and paper goods, they run workshops both large and small, and give demos and talks.
  9. Ralf Herrmann

    Flowers and Fleurons

    John Christopher has a successful career in graphic design – digitally designing printed matter for many design sectors including publishing, local government, arts, medical education and the environment. He also has a passionate interest in craft processes – work made with the touch of the human hand. The combination of the two has resulted in an interest in typography, lettering and letterpress printing. Throughout his career John has been busy squirreling away type, spacing, presses, sundries, guillotines etc. enabling him to establish his own Press, Flowers & Fleurons in 2009.
  10. Ralf Herrmann

    Cherry Press

    Cherry Press is a letterpress studio in the Cotswold town of Chipping Campden creating letterpress stationery.
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