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8. What type of materials do you print most of? (business cards, stationery, posters, etc.)

Booklets
posters
artist books, stationery, business cards
Business cards
linoleum block prints, wood engravings, posters with metal & wood type
Greeting Cards
Invitations
artist books
checks
business cards, invitations
wedding invitations
cards, coasters
Wood (Resingrave) engravings
Personal business cards, holiday items, things that I *want* to print.
Business cards on red cedar laminate
Bsuiness Cards
Reproductions of 19th century ephemera
Art Editions
all kinds of things.
Epehemera of the future - and the past
business cards
Business Cards, Wedding Ephemera
wedding invitatione
Stationery
just hobby stuff, so a little of everything!
stationery
Posters, cards, poetry
paper
Job Printing Work
greeting cards
Business card, broadsheets
Bookmarks, cards, books
stationary
Art on the largest sheets the press can handle
Posters
Broadsides
specialty engravings
Invites, and Business Cards
postcards
Wedding Invites
broadsides
stationery
wedding stationery, greeting cards
a bit of everything …
invitations/announcements
coasters
Wedding invitations, posters, business cards
stationery, books
Tickets, invites/flyers and CD/record sleeves.
b. cards
cards, artists books, pamphlets
stationery
wedding
business cards
Books and Broadsides
short stories
Fine art printing.
Cards, posters
Stationary, cards, Artwork
Stationery
Posters
greeting cards, business cards, small posters/fliers
Posters
lettra
cards, business cards, stationary, chapbooks, some bookwork
stationery, etc…
Business cards, posters.
stationery (wedding, baby announcements, notecards, greeting cards)
posters
Cards, Wedding invites, Personal items for friends and family. In response to #5. Mag dies and type. No PP Responsible deep impressionist is the next big thing
I print everything. Though this month is mostly business cards! P.S. Your question two should have an “other” option, as neither of those three really apply to me. I think deep impression is suitable for some projects and papers, and not for others. HOWEVER, deep impression should only be undertaken if your press is in otherwise PERFECT alignment—otherwise the sloppy inking and poor makeready show, and tell me that you’re a lousy printer.
Posters
Stationery, invites and Posters
Seasonal greeting cards, business cards, misc weird things
Invitations & cards
cards stationary ephemera coasters “small things in small quantities”
Books
stationery and wedding invitations
Art prints, posters, Holiday cards
greeting cards & note cards
limited edition books and short runs of ephemera
Posters and ephemeral pieces
wedding invitations, ephemera, broadsides
Invitations
stationery, notebooks, posters
poetry

Posted at 10:47 on 26th of September
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