Posts in the category Studio

Posted 11 July 2014
Categories Studio

Verse vendors: Lego my Whitman

Our very own Jeff Peterson makes headlines with his Lego portrait head of Walt Whitman.“There wasn’t a lot of planning, but there was a lot of micro-planning,” Peterson said. “Every moment became a new decision.”Read the full story


Posted 12 October 2012
Categories Ephemera, Studio
Posted 14 December 2011
Categories Studio

When we print, we turn up the base

For years, we've been using the same bases here at Swayspace. We’ve always preferred the Bunting bases for the amount of truly specific control they allow us to correct and highlight certain areas of what are essentially photographic images.  We have


Posted 24 May 2010
Categories Letterpress, News, Studio

We’re in an Art Show

We are excited to announce Swayspace's participation in a show highlighting the work of master craftsmen and artisans working in New York City. The show is part of the LVMH-sponsored project The Art of Craftsmanship Revisited: New York and opens this Wedn


Posted 24 November 2009

Taking Care of Business Cards

Having been the ironic printers without business cards for some time, it's incredibly exciting to finally have fresh sets in our hands. It was a long process of Patrick doing several designs and everyone voting on their favorites. We finally settled on a


Posted 5 August 2009
Categories Letterpress, Studio

last market + field trip

Some pictures from the last 'Makers Market' at the Old American Can FactoryI decided to branch out from the usual thank you notes, and went with some gold and a lovely purple for my set that day. Here's the setup for the last card I printed—of cours


Posted 9 March 2009
Categories Studio

A Seltzer Man never dies, he just loses his SPRITZ!

We've been using Eli Miller as our Seltzer Man for a few months now, and couldn't be happier with the service.Eli comes by every couple weeks armed with jokes, advice, and twenty bottles of delicious seltzer water.  He uses antique glass bottles, whi


Posted 3 March 2009
Categories Ephemera, Studio

Happenings

New furnitureFresh printing