- About Us
Letterpress is a centuries-old relief process, dating to 750 A.D. when it was used in China as a means to print patterns on textiles. It requires a die to be made from a photopolymer or copper material. The die holds a reversed, raised image and, as it makes contact with the paper, the ink is released. As a result, a slight depression may be noticeable in the paper’s surface, which adds to the charm of any project. Letterpress has evolved into a boutique manufacturing choice for the publication of fine books, as well as specialty invitations, note cards and stationery.
Think of us like that friendly production manager you never had.