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Designed by Lauren Beltramo Printed by Lauren Beltramo/ Epson Lauren took a course at the Cooper Union that altered what she wanted to attract client-wise moving forward. With a few resources and a limited budget to create a promotional piece, she made it happen.











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Designed by Anne Kostecki Printed by Gilah Press + Design A project about love and family, trusting instincts, and fulfilling promises--and lots of letterpress!







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John and Leah Herbst

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Designed by End of Work Printed by Display bay Using discarded materials alongside newly developed ones End of Work created a promotional pieces for clients that could easily become a coveted product by designers and consumers all over the globe.



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Self promotion

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200

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Designed by Tom Sydenham Printed by Gemini West A new magazine, Elbow Grease, wants to share the stories of entrepreneurial hardship that are often not talked about. With limited resources, and much to figure out as a small team that comes together out of passion and understanding this is one publication I hope will soon thrive.














We visited our printers with Doubleshot, a local film production company to give...
Designed by Graphite & Lead Printed by Cranky Pressman While we don't currently have a letterpress job in the pipeline to put these bucks into use, we have been enjoying them at the office--often paying each other for one thing or another. With deep letterpressed groves, these are better than Monopoly money.





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Cranky Pressman

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Designed by Savvy Studio Printed by Minke Humorous and ironic in content as well as design, this book invites the user to be one with the pages. Tactile and interactive, bold and pocket-sized.











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Designed by Anna Takács Printed by Digitalpress White on black is hard to pull off, especially when it comes to illustration. This set of materials comes together through a limited color palette, textured papers, and simple yet detailed typography.

















Designed by Fable Printed by Dominie Press This promotional notebook seems to be blank at first glance, ready for the new owner to make its mark. But upon further inspection selected french folds reveal further interactive pieces that need to be solved and interpreted.









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Dominie Press

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Designed by Printed by After 8 years of publishing FPO, its time has come to end. FPO has been a delight to curate and write for, as it has exposed us to some wonderful projects, ideas, and techniques that we have learned from and been inspired by. In the last year or two, however, we've felt a certain repetition in the content -- which is not a critique on the quality of the work but a reflection of the type of projects being put out into the world -- that we feel does not match the early output of the blog.

Also, traffic has dwindled and the time required to curate, edit, and prepare posts does not make for the best return on investment. We could keep doing it for the "love of the game" but, being only two people, our time is limited and we have to make the most of it, both in terms of what brings us joy and what allows us to pay the bills. Some of you may have read about the closing of Quipsologies as well... we indeed...
Designed by UnderConsideration Printed by Classic Color For a full explanation of where the identity behind the program come from, you can read this post on Brand New. The key concept behind it was replicating the distortion effect created by the Cloud Gate in Chicago's Millennium Park, which happens to sit right behind the venue where we held the conference. We used Mirri, probably the best reflective paper I've seen and to highlight such lovely paper we did a straightforward deboss of the logo on the cover to further enhance the distortion effect. Additionally, we stretched the reflective concept into the pagination of the book by splitting day one's speakers on the left side of the book and day two's speakers on the right side. We emphasized this by splitting the book in half with the help of extended flaps that tucked into the center spread and directed readers to the appropriate side (a video at the end illustrates this as well as showing off the high degree of reflectiveness of the paper). The layouts are "mirrored" too, so day two...
Designed by Thought Catalog Printed by McNaughton & Gunn I received this book in the mail last week and I have to admit that at first I missed a key element. I placed it on my desk and it wasn't until I came back to the office the next day at 5am that I realized glow-in-the-dark ink was involved. The slightly eerie and twisted book I set aside for weekend reading caught my attention much sooner.






Designed by Mario Martinho and Ricardo Pitanga Printed by PeterPress How to reproduce a personal journey? One made on the side of trails and joyful albergues? By incorporating the author as printer, by using techniques and materials that require a personal touch.









Designed by Jonathon Wolfer Printed by Mama's Sauce Black. White. Rainbow. Matte. Gloss. Textured. All in balance, all made special by hand numbering.












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KitchenAid

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Designed by Black Sheep Studio Printed by Black Sheep Studio Simple yet complicated. These materials tested the processes required to bring them to life--with some setting experimentation on press it all came to be.








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Designed by O'Connell & Squelch Ltd Printed by Printfine Ltd The effort placed on this project by all the parties involved is palpable in its quest to become an educational and beautiful volume at the same time. Renderings, photographs, diagrams, and more follow a clear grid that is flexible in pacing--nicely done!