52 Page Weekly Notepad
Pale Grey Paper with black Riso Ink
Chipboard backer, top padded
Packaged in a Clear Plastic Bag with Flat-Printed M.C.Pressure Craft Paper Label
Our team prints each page on an MC790U Risograph. Since our team focuses on a hand-done process, each page may vary from one another.
© M.C. Pressure
30 day returns. No exchanges
If for any reason you are not happy with your purchase, you may return the item(s) within 30 days of receiving the order. Customer is responsible for return shipping costs. Returns on used items will not be accepted. This item is non-exchangeable.
M.C.Pressure is a letterpress print shop based out of the Nation's Oldest City, Saint Augustine, Florida. Our two-person team, and one good boy, is dedicated to bringing traditional printmaking to graphic design.
Our company name is based off, suprise surprise, a pun. M.C.Escher was always an inspiration to Ryan Tempro. So, combining the love of his work and pressure techniques involved with letterpress- M.C.Pressure was born!
WHAT WE DO:
The process of letterpress starts with an idea. We'll sketch an idea and then transfer it to a digital format. That digital file then becomes a printing plate. We’ll put the plate onto the press and let the machine work its magic. The machines rollers will ink the plate, moves the paper into the press, and debosses the design into the paper. This creates a texture that is exclusive to letterpress.
Another printmaking process we offer is Hot Foil Stamping we have a Heidelberg GTP from 1972, and it’s a beast. This technique parallels letterpress. The machine heats up a copper die and then presses the design into foil and lays it into the paper. Foil allows for color to pop. Foil stamping allows for light colors to appear on dark paper.
Printmaking feels special in that it allows for a handmade touch. The old technology of the presses combines with new graphic design techniques. This pairing creates something that feels one of a kind and is something that you will want to hold onto.