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Conference Report: Transformations in Letterpress Printing, HU Berlin, 9-10 June 2016

Guest post by Katharina Walter, Cluster of Excellence “Image Knowledge Gestaltung. An Interdisciplinary Laboratory”, Humboldt-Universit├Ąt Berlin

The history of analogue printing and the question of its significance in an age of digital media are issues that, more than ever, exercise minds in both cultural and scientific fields of research as well as typographic practice. 1,338 more words

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The Power of the Professionally Designed Business Card

Nothing can leave a bigger impression with a potential customer than a professionally designed business card. These little advertising pieces have been helping business owners attract new business for over a hundred years, and they are no longer the top marketing method on the scene. 268 more words

Distinctive Business Cards Made with Kraft Recycled Paper

People who choose to have their business cards professionally printed, often get better reviews from the customers who receive them. A professionally designed business card helps people remember the type of business associated with the person who gave them the card. 269 more words

Happy Mail from Bunny Bear Press!

I just returned from a wonderful trip to New Orleans (more on that later) to find a gorgeous package in my mailbox from Bunny Bear Press… 388 more words


The Power of Handing Out Professional Business Cards

Looking for a way to stand out from the crowd in business? When everyone is making use of social media to try and get an edge on their competitors, the smart business owner is making use of techniques that are not as overused. 271 more words

Letterpress Business Cards Canada

An Easy Way to Always Make a Lasting Impression

The most important part of business

The business world often places a heavy focus on product. There’s often a strong idea that the product should speak for itself and that everything else will be built around it. 285 more words

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The people and passion of the letterpress

Invented in 1440 by Johannes Gutenberg, letterpress printing is a form of relief printing that uses a combination of ink, paper and pressure.

Due to its fiddly nature, letterpress printing was largely phased out with the introduction of computers and digital printers. 24 more words