Monthly Archives: April 2009

Inspiration: Pinups & Paris

Just a quick note to let you all know that I’ll likely be out of the Pulp & Press blogosphere for about 2 weeks, as we’re off to Paris on a much needed vacation! I’ll surely be doing some good … Continue reading

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The Business Plan

About 2 years ago (a bit after I discovered my love for letterpress printing), I decided to enroll in the WBDC’s “Jumpstart Your Business” series of classes. In general I’m an over-planner, over-thinker, over-organizer, and over-methodizer, but not yet an … Continue reading

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The first website I ever designed was for my band in New York, and on it I created little animated dancing bodies with photos of our heads grafted on. That’s how I’m really feeling right now after the first successful … Continue reading

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Inspiration: Morrissey

Welcome to another edition of Inspiration, where I blog briefly about something that influences my work these days. I’m trying to come up with a cute “brand” word for these posts, but “Presspiration” sounds too much like sweating. Any ideas? … Continue reading

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Letterpresser or…mechanic?

Today was my first attempt at getting my C&P 8 x 12 New Style up and running. To refresh your memory, here’s a video of it running with the motor from a few weeks ago. So obviously it goes, now … Continue reading

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