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  1. Ralf Herrmann

    Letterpress Things

    John Barrett’s Letterpress Things offers type, tools, supplies and equipment for letterpress printers.
  2. Ralf Herrmann

    Boxcar Press

    Boxcar Press is a commercial letterpress shop based in upstate New York. With more than 20,000 square feet of space, they are one of the largest letterpress print and pre-press shops in the USA.
  3. Ralf Herrmann

    Appalachia Press

    Appalachia Press is a letterpress printshop in Roanoke, Virginia. It is run by John Reburn. As an artist with over 25 years of experience, John spent most of his career in Los Angeles working as a graphic artist. Trained at Arizona State University and Otis Art Institute, his background in typography and graphic design led him to explore the beauty and simplicity of old-school printing.
  4. Ralf Herrmann

    Rohner Press

    Rohner Press offers a variety of print production services including letterpress printing, engraving, foil stamping, embossing, die cutting, and paper converting. Founded by second generation printer Bruno Rohner, the company has remained committed to traditional print techniques.
  5. Ralf Herrmann

    Panthera Press

    Panthera Press offers custom print design, branding, illustrations, books, and stationery. Panthera Press began in 2010 as a passion project for Danielle Wethington as she completed an internship in Massachusetts with book illustrator and pressman Barry Moser. After completing her internship and a subsequent Masters with a focus on Graphic Design/Book Arts, Danielle moved back to her hometown in Virginia and started up a proper printshop. Panthera Press began taking commercial work in 2012 and has been growing ever since.
  6. Ralf Herrmann

    Inclosed Letterpress Co.

    Inclosed Letterpress Co. is a letterpress and paper goods shop located in the heart of the Midwest of the USA. Inspired by her parents entrepreneurial spirit and inheriting her dad’s love for design and printing, Lesley Pick created Inclosed in 2006.
  7. Ralf Herrmann

    Cartoules Press

    Cartoules Press is a design and letterpress studio located in sunny Long Beach, California, and is owned and operated by Julie Karatzis. Cartoules is Greek for “Little Cards”. With the mission to create well designed stationery in both Greek and English, and reach the Greek community both in the United States, Greece and beyond, their offerings have expanded from custom wedding invitations, to greeting cards, art prints and a variety of home goods.
  8. Ralf Herrmann

    Tiny Dog Press

    Tiny Dog Press prints announcements, invitations and cards on either a Vandercock proofing press or a Chandler & Price (C&P) platen press. The studio is run by Kari Miller—Texas native with a deep love of printing, color, and urban farming. After acquiring a BFA in Studio Art with an emphasis in printmaking from Baylor University, Kari set her sights on having her own creative based business. It took a bit of time and some trial and error, but in March of 2013 Tiny Dog Press became a reality.
  9. Ralf Herrmann

    The Chatty Press

    The Chatty Press is a bespoke design studio based on the north shore of Massachusetts, serving clients from Boston, New Hampshire, Maine and across the world. Jen Pepper’s specialty is wedding invitations, and event stationery.
  10. Ralf Herrmann

    Quick Brown Fox Letterpress

    Starting a printing studio has been the dream of Kate Murray since studying printmaking at Pratt Institute, where she received her BFA. After completing college and post graduate work in printmaking, she has been working in professional and commercial letterpress shops in New York City, honing her craft. When the opportunity came up to salvage and restore two presses, Quick Brown Fox was born. The design and all of the printing is done in the industrial neighborhood of Gowanus in Brooklyn, New York. Each card is printed one at a time, one color at a time, on a late 19th Century and an early 20th century letterpress. The shop is equipped with a Chandler and Price tabletop press as well as a Golding Jobber and a small foil stamping machine. Quick Brown Fox is available for custom design and printing services.
  11. Ralf Herrmann

    Woodside Press

    Woodside Press is a traditional letterpress printing studio located in New York City's historic Brooklyn Navy Yard. They create printed items for individual, business, and institutional clients. To the graphic-design community they offer typesetting and type-reproduction services, and they are also New York City's leading facility for hot-metal typography, with Linotype and Ludlow typecasting machines and an impressive range of classic and decorative typefaces. Woodside Press began in 1993 in Woodside, Queens, and moved in 1998 to their current home, with a spectacular view of the Manhattan skyline, in the Brooklyn Navy Yard. They have built a collection of late 19th and 20th century printing type, including foundry type to set by hand, a huge variety of wooden type for posters and headlines, and an array of Linotype and Ludlow hot-metal typefaces.
  12. Ralf Herrmann

    Ladyfingers Letterpress

    Ladyfingers Letterpress is an international stationery brand known for its hand-lettered and letterpress-printed greeting cards, paper goods and gifts. Founded in 2011 by wife-and-wife team Arley-Rose Torsone and Morgan Calderini after their wedding invitation went viral, the duo grew the business from a small creative studio to a brand that can be found in retail outlets in various countries.
  13. Ralf Herrmann

    Yella Dog Press

    Yella Dog Press, in Little Rock, Arkansas, is a letterpress printing shop where things are done the old-fashioned way. The shop is run by Kate Anderson Askew. She uses two Chandler & Price flywheel presses, a sign press and 16 cabinets of wood and metal type that she shares with two other independent printers. Everything from Yella Dog Press is set by hand and printed by hand.
  14. Ralf Herrmann

    Miks Letterpress +

    Miks Letterpress + is a design studio specializing in letterpress greeting cards. They are based in Washington, DC.
  15. Ralf Herrmann

    Day Moon Press

    Day Moon Press was founded in 1976 by Maura Shapley, with the purchase of a fifty-dollar Chandler and Price letterpress and several cabinets of foundry type. She met Jack LeNoir in 1978, and they were married in 1980. Two years later, the Press was moved to its current building on Beacon Hill, which is also the family residence. Over the years the Press acquired a variety of offset and letterpress equipment and small bindery tools, becoming a resource for artists, designers, and others needing production for small format unique projects. These included invitations, announcements, flipbooks, posters, linoleum and wood-block prints, continuous tone offset, and printing on substrates such as fabric, plastic, wood and previously bound books. During the 90s, the Press minimized its commitment to commercial work in favor of the demands of preschool and early childhood obligations. After the turn of the century the offset equipment was phased out, and the Press became exclusively letterpress. Since its founding, the Press has been involved in the preservation of the letterpress aesthetic, working with clients, designers and agencies in the uses of handset type, rich papers, relief-printed illustrations, and related letterpress operations including die-cutting and embossing. The Press was a founding member of both the Book Arts Guild and the Book Club of Washington, and continues to support organizations and individuals interested in the Craft.
  16. Ralf Herrmann

    Wolfe Editions

    Wolfe Editions is the studio of David Wolfe. David is a master printer specializing in relief and intaglio printing. This consists of traditional and contemporary letterpress, etching, photopolymer plates, woodcut, linoleum, and wood engraving. The studio shop consists of 2000 square feet with seven letterpresses and five type casting machines. With over thirty cases of antique wood type and 100 cases of hand type we can accommodate most needs. The studio is located in the Bakery Studio Building in Portland, Maine surrounded by a very active art community. In addition to the press room they have a clean room used for processing finished prints and classes run regularly.
  17. Ralf Herrmann

    Power & Light Press

    Power and Light Press is a print shop in Silver City, New Mexico with a second location up in the tiny town of Madrid, NM. Power and Light Press produces letterpress cards which are available in hundreds of locations around the world. Custom printing jobs and letterpress workshops are also offered.
  18. Ralf Herrmann

    231 Market Classic Printing

    231 Market Classic Printing is a design and letterpress shop in Smithfield, North Carolina. Jean-Pierre has been printing for close to 50 years and specializes in offset and letterpress printing using original Heidelberg Presses. 231 Market Classic Printing prints everything and anything from business cards and letterheads to wedding invitations and announcements.
  19. Ralf Herrmann

    Sapling Press

    Sapling Press was started in 2003 by graphic designer Lisa Krowinski. After a move to Pittsburgh and a detour into wedding stationery, in 2010 she landed on her current formula: art-light, text-centric cards and merchandise.
  20. Ralf Herrmann

    Salt & Cedar

    SALT & CEDAR is a letterpress studio in the heart of Eastern Market, Detroit. It is run by Megan O'Connell. Letterpress printing is the focal point for SALT & CEDAR's investigations into means of production and dissemination. SALT & CEDAR also host visiting artists, curate exhibitions, offer workshops, and be available to the city as a resource for the arts. SALT & CEDAR produce custom invitations, calling cards, stationery, books, and posters. Workshops range from traditional to experimental printing, ’zine making, and book structures.
  21. Ralf Herrmann

    Clove St Press

    Clove St Press is a letterpress print shop in San Diego, California. It is run by Daniel Heffernan.
  22. Ralf Herrmann

    Base Camp Printing Co.

    Base Camp Printing Company strives to keep its process identical to a print shop back in the day, when a cast-iron printing press was state-of-the-art technology. They specialize in posters, invitations, stationery, and business cards, designed, set and printed the old fashioned way — by hand. Base Camp Printing is run by Emily Sokolosky. Born and raised in Charleston, WV, Emily is the owner, designer and printer at Base Camp Printing Company. Emily was introduced to letterpress during her studies at WVU. There, she found a perfect marriage of her two loves: typography and relief printing. After learning the process of letterpress with WVU’s expansive collection of wood engravings, Emily interned at the legendary Hatch Show Print in Nashville, typesetting and printing gig posters. With the help of Dan Davis and Hillary Harrison of Kin Ship Goods, Emily opened Base Camp Printing in May of 2016.
  23. Ralf Herrmann

    Letterpress Mechanic

    Benjamin Jones specializes in Heidelberg Windmills, Chandler Price Old and New style, Non-Automatic Vandercook proof presses and can fix or restore most vintage letterpress machines. Letterpress Mechanic is based out of Maker Goods in Kansas City, a desktop/pen/pencil/stationary store, full of printing presses.
  24. Ralf Herrmann

    Lettered West

    Lettered West is a boutique letterpress and design studio located in Denver, Colorado, specializing in handmade invitations and printed paper goods. Founded by self-taught graphic designer and letterpress enthusiast, Whitner Carlin. Lettered West is printing with sustainable materials on a restored Chandler and Price press built in 1896.
  25. Ralf Herrmann

    The Red Door Press

    The Red Door Press is a letterpress shop in Des Moines, Iowa. It offers hand-printed cards, broadsides, social stationery and corporate branding.
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