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Sep 22 2010

plantable letterpress bookmark

We made these bookmarks for the students of Churchwell Elementary School in Lakeland, Florida.  Their theme this year is "Go Green and Grow," so we thought a nice plantable paper (with seeded paper from Porridge) would be perfect.  As we happen to know the music teacher there (Matthew's wife, Meghan), we went with a music-themed bookmark.  The quote is often incorrectly attributed to Shakespeare, but its origins are not known.It was so much fun trying...

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look what just arrived!

A thousand of these (plus some killer menus for an event) just came in the mail from Porridge Papers.  We love their plantable paper - we used it on Taylor and Whitney's invitation (their wedding is just a week away!).  You'll see some nice shots of this in our portfolio soon, but we are too excited to keep this one to ourselves!...

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we’ve been featured | invitation crush

What a great way to start the week after a relaxing Labor Day weekend!  Our plantable wedding invitations for Taylor and Whitney were featured on Invitation Crush this morning!  Go check it out (and subscribe to this amazing blog)!We're presently working on plantable menus for the Tampa chapter of ABC and a plantable bookmark for Churchwell Elementary School.  If you'd like some amazing plantable, letterpressed paper goods, email us....

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a project of sorts

We at a fine press love paper.  No, not the multi-purpose or copy paper that comes in cases of 5,000 sheets at your office.  What we really love is paper with some tooth. Well, tooth and a little bit of weight.  That's because we love letterpress (and screenprinting and die-cutting and embossing and engraving and, and and...

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an observation

Much as some gentlemen practice the (slightly gauche) habit of leaving one of their cuff buttons un-done to indicate that they are surgeon's cuffs (a mark of a fine custom suit)...

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state of the art | tattoos

State of the Art is our not-so-regular series where we highlight the work of those in our industry who knock our socks off.  We are proud to be part of such a vibrant, creative industry and strive to create work as excellent as that which we highlight here. Lately, I've fallen in love with the classic aesthetic of Sailor-Jerry era tattoos.  I set out on a journey to find tattoo-inspired invitations and sundry letterpress goods and,...

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