August 2, 2016

New Orleans Letterpress Stationery

We love doing new work inspired by New Orleans. Though we live in Colorado most of the year, we have roots down there hence all the Nola pieces we do from time to time. For this stationery we sketched some of the iconic French Quarter textures then letterpressed them to make fun little notes.

July 27, 2016

Put Something In...

Here's a little print we did for the Children's Museum of Denver for their annual Birthday Bash. The theme was inspired by the works of Shel Silverstein. So we selected one of our favorite poems by the man and add a cute little Silverstein-esque drawing to it...that's a cat-bird-bee-duck to be exact. Perfect tiny print for a kid's room. 

July 26, 2016

You're the Pineapple of My Mai Tai

Apple of my eye? Boring. Put a little tiki behind it and you're on the right track. Drink it up here. 

July 25, 2016

Sense and Sustainability Wedding Invitation Suite

Earlier this year we were lucky enough to work with ENLY Designs on a mock-wedding shoot. They had a wonderful vision for the event and inspired us to create this clean, modern wedding invitation suite. It was a Colorado wedding with a motif of sustainability...hence the Nature's Confetti to throw at the end of the wedding.
You can see more of the entire wedding in Smitten Magazine.

Keep Blaming It On the Altitude

The next round of Denver/Colorado-inspired postcards. Find them locally or here if you're far away.

July 22, 2016

Hand-Fed Letterpress Cards

We say we're hand-fed letterpress for two reasons.
1. Like most letterpressers, we hand-feed all our cards one at a time into the press.
2. We pretty much only print food and booze related cards. Here are a few of them.

June 16, 2014

Time to Sack Up: Fifth Annual Crawfish Boil Invitation

Our annual letterpress crawfish boil invitation is definitely one we look forward to creating each year. For the fifth year we looked to the 40 pound crawfish sacks that arrive right on time each year for the boil. Once you cut them open, watch out, because those mudbugs are always looking to make a run for it. This year only two go away to swim the Colorado creeks.