Letterpress printing is a method of relief printing that was invented in the fifteenth century by Johannes Gutenberg.  In letterpress printing, a raised surface is inked and pressed into paper.  The result is a distinctive, multi-dimensional printed piece that is pleasing both to the eye and the hand.  The basic printing process remains unchanged over the years.  However, rather than using metal type, we carry on the craft of letterpress printing by using photopolymer plates produced from the designs we create on computer.

The process of letterpress printing is labor intensive and doing it well requires time, skill, and attention to detail.  We love working with clients who recognize and value the fine materials and craftsmanship required to produce these special communication pieces.