Here we take a closer look at 14 brilliant letterpress and engraving designs from Neenah's ongoing series.
Nearly a year ago, Neenah paper started the Beauty of Letterpress website and used it to launch a campaign to help save the Hamilton Wood Type and Printing Museum. Today they’ve announced they reached their $30,000 goal. Neenah will continue to raise money in the form of limited edition posters, the latest from Tad...
Last chance! The Print Celebrates Design Competition 2013 is the first ever Print competition focused on all things festive! Join the party and submit your 2013 designs today! Love these linoleum-engraved illustrations in these cards, inspired by Montreal street scenes and created by L’abricot. Limiting the color palette really enhances their wintry feel. Check...
The Print Celebrates Design Competition 2013 is the first ever Print competition focused on all things festive! Join the party and submit your 2013 designs today! It shouldn’t be surprising that House Industries knows how to put together some amazing holiday cards. This card featuring abstract patterns, metallic type (printed by Lead Graffiti) is...
The Typefight Print Shop is back and pitting letterpress prints against each other in a battle for supremacy (or at least a little fun). The prints of each competitor are available in very limited edition 25 print runs. Below is a recent battle between Darren Booth and Mary Kate McDevitt. Via Grain Edit.
A detail from a promotional book for a husband and wife photography team. The interior represents their portfolio well and contains nice touches like foil stamping on the pull cards (as highlighted in this photo). More images from the project here. Via FPO.
Jonny Wan created these high quality illustrations for a Print for Good letterpress poster series. Via FPO.
Kansas City-based Vahalla Studios created this 3-color letterpress poster which makes good use of color, lines, shapes and typography.
New print from House Industries shows off the Carlyle Quaint typeface. A dollar sign has never looked so stylish.
Striking, two-sided letterpress invitation for a design fair by Houston-based Workhorse Printmakers. Via the Beauty of Letterpress.