Cranky Pressman & Tumblr create a party in an envelope

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Cranky Pressman is an online letterpress provider based in Salem, Ohio. Originally founded in 1938, and operated by The Graphic Touch Letterpress Company, the shop has transformed and grown throughout the years, but has stayed true to its roots of traditional letterpress printing. (They describe themselves as an old-fashioned Letterpress printer dragged kicking and screaming into modern world)

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On the Wire: Catching up with Grace Kang

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We’re excited to feature Sarah Schwartz, founder and editor-in-chief of Stationery Trends magazine and The Paper Chronicles, as guest blogger for our monthly series On the Wire, bringing you interviews with notable and up-and-coming stationery designers. Last month, we introduced you to Sarah, this month, Sarah introduces us to Grace Kang, founder and creator of Pink Olive and Olive Box.

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It’s internship time…

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One of the most exciting and frightening opportunities for many design students is an internship. We spend months preparing personal portfolios, resumes and gearing up for interviews with potential employers. On top of a rigorous course load, this process can be incredibly stressful and a great deal of work.

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Sunset makes it ROCK

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The 2015 Sunset Printing Calendar was created “to celebrate with customers and friends the many ways that Sunset makes print rock.”

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A look back at the 2014 Martha Stewart American Made Awards

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The current issue of Martha Stewart Living Magazine brought us back to our collaboration with the MSL brand on the 2014 American Made Awards. We are both ardent believers of making and crafting, and we were pleased to have the opportunity to collaborate with them on the 2014 event.

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Champion of Craft: Porcelain Bear

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As we celebrate the influence of art and design on perception with the most recent issue of the Mohawk Maker Quarterly, we’re taking a closer look at the group of talented makers featured in issue five.

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