Complete with handcut linoleum blocks and type also set by hand, we pulled out all of the stops with this poster! The annual event of Flannel Fest commemorative poster is here! Check us out this behind the scenes footage!
We had the pleasure of working with Holding History on a unique project. For the first time ever, we printed on paper that was handmade. A 1899 Chandler and Price press with handset type was used for the production. The next phase is to fill in the blanks of the letter by typewriter. Check us […]
It’s that time of year where the Madison Area Music Association puts on their award ceremony celebrating local musicians! This poster features names of all the entertainers you can expect to see during the ceremony. Check us out this behind the scenes footage!
The Frequency was an independently owned and operated music venue in Madison, Wisconsin. They had wonderful success for 10 years and these are the posters we printed for the event before they closed down later that month. We would like to personally congratulate Darwin Sampson who coincidentally was our first employee on your success. We […]
Here is a really fun video we did for Ida Jo & The Movement. We had a magnesium “mag” plate made for the entirety of her layout, so that we could print her text and the feather on the cover at the same time. Once printing was complete, we let them sit in the drying […]
We go way back with the peeps from Body Futures and we’re thrilled to work with them on their new cd project “Maybe it’s Just the Weather” This video walks through the finishing process of making their disc.
The People Brothers Band was aiming for a really custom package set. We did a 6-panel tube digipack with an 18 panel poster on the inside. The digi itself has a specific UV coating for an extra glossy appearance. The letterpress poster was printed on both a Vandercook 219 for all of the handset type […]
We just finished up this sweet handset cd sleeve and poster combo for Chicago’s Erin Edmister and 3 Tons. I love the picture of the lockup on the disc face. Check us out this behind the scenes footage!
Here you see our new (to us) Miehle Vertical V36. The mechanical wonder was built in 1926. We found it and brought it in from a scrap yard. Now that we’re finally in our new location, we were able to pull it off of the pallet that it was stored on and put it on […]