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The Classy People™ line from Pine Ridge Art is the kind of work you’d see if Joseph Cornell had decided to create a gift line of his own. These entertaining and engaging collages are the dazzling creations of Alice Hinther. All are printed on high quality card stock and have the inside …

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I’m down with a vile bug today, so I thought it would be a good time to show some get-well cards. However, as I went through my image archives to find some, I realized that what my mother-in-law has been telling me for literally years is spot-on — there is …

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Cabin fever brings with it a certain wanderlust, and selections from Dani Press make you feel as though you are traversing the far-flung corners of the earth, and sending your friends dispatches along the way. Dani Kreft is its creator, a world traveler with a lifelong stationery obsession and a passion for …

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The subtlety and simplicity of the Hat Wig Glove line from Oblation Paper & Press is part of what makes it so funny — the copy takes care of the rest. They are small — just 3½”x5” — and one-color letterpressed onto gray cotton paper. Being priced at just $4 a pop elevates these palm-sized, …

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Like many printers, Kseniya Thomas runs a commercial and social letterpress shop, Thomas-Printers, in Carlisle, Pa. She works with designers, individuals, collaborators and fellow printers on projects demanding quick turnaround and close attention to detail. “A lot of people don’t understand that you can design and have someone else do it, …

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If you ever thought that fairy tales are only for children, this enchanting letterpressed suite from Abbey Malcolm Letterpress + Design immediately dashes those horrid doubts. Everything about it is downright dreamy: the neon edge painting; the ethereal, hand-drawn florals; the three-color palette that feels positively fauvist (and becomes all the …

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