5 April 2013
A new site for letterpress lovers
TORONTO—The Beauty of Letterpress, a site celebrating the craft of letterpress printing, launched this week from sponsor Neenah Paper and website creator Two Paper Dolls.

The site will feature a new community-based gallery every month curated by a different letterpress connoisseur, and printers are encouraged to submit their work. Each piece includes multiple project photos and full production details, including paper type, weight, colour, ink type, and printer.


A screenshot from thebeautyofletterpress.com, launched this week

This month's theme is "Form & Function", curated by Jennifer James of Two Paper Dolls.

The Beauty of Letterpress is also working to help save the Hamilton Wood Type & Printing Museum in Two Rivers, Wisconsin, fundraising for the museum's relocation efforts. Help save Hamilton here, and check out this video:

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