A small letterpress studio in Guildford, Surrey, England.

What shall we make?

This is that really difficult-to-do-self-promotional-piece. The idea was to try and fuse together the elements of the traditional letterpress techniques with something contemporary. The idea of using the metallic gold to print the heavily wood grained circles and the fluorescent pink to print the lino cut discs seemed an appropriate solution.

The type was produced using 30pt Perpetua, and 36pt Univers Bold.

Print details
G.F Smith Candy Pink 135gsm
Fluorescent pink metallic gold
Plywood and lino board cut discs
Poster showing colourful circles in rows and columns

This was a larger print than normal, being printed on the Farley, measuring 460x600mm.

Recent work

Letterpress poster with words saying 'der der der der'

Bass Licks →

Poster with large letters saying Don't be a dick

Don't be a dick →

Poster showing illustration of dachshund dog and large title reading Heidi

For the love of a dog →

Poster showing details for Lee Perry event

Having a party →

Printed poster showing letters reading Typonauts

Typonauts — type specimen poster →

Letterpress poster with cicle mades from printing small letters

A circle of type →