A couple of years ago we went to the Alameda Point Antiques Faire and I saw a photo of a little kid and his pedal car. I knew I wanted to use it in a design. I had to have it.

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While planning our vacation to the South, Anita asked me if there was some place I really wanted to see. I said if we’re in Nashville I’d love to see Hatch Show Print. I would have been happy just gazing over their beautiful shop and hanging out in the gift shop.

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I have been playing around with this complex arrangement of all “sorts” of miscellaneous items from our type cases. Little bit of wood type, some 72pt and 48pt lead foundry type, odd sized borders, and decorative elements. Ran a few test prints on the C&P but had lots of issues with spacing and locking up…

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The broadside is a piece of Americana. The history is rich. So when I had the opportunity to print large on a Reflex flatbed press I wanted to capture the essence of an old baseball advertising poster. But, not just any poster. While researching my grandfather’s semipro baseball career I came across a full page…

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