Last week I had the privilege of visiting the Vertallee Letterpress studio space. The first day I went, I forgot my SD card. Whomp whomp. But Brad (one of the owners) was cool enough to let me come back the next day & take pictures of him & Casey working. One thing I got just by watching them is that their attention to detail is crazy. Plus, everything is printed on a windmill press, so the quality is way up there. I’m actually glad I had the camera mishap the first day, because spending time in the studio with them, listening to NPR, & taking pictures the second time around was nice.
Side note: I’m slowly moving back to wordpress, so to see the rest of the Vertallee pictures, go HERE.

Last week I had the privilege of visiting the Vertallee Letterpress studio space. The first day I went, I forgot my SD card. Whomp whomp. But Brad (one of the owners) was cool enough to let me come back the next day & take pictures of him & Casey working. One thing I got just by watching them is that their attention to detail is crazy. Plus, everything is printed on a windmill press, so the quality is way up there. I’m actually glad I had the camera mishap the first day, because spending time in the studio with them, listening to NPR, & taking pictures the second time around was nice.

Side note: I’m slowly moving back to wordpress, so to see the rest of the Vertallee pictures, go HERE.

How I believe the hideous “duck face” trend started. A girl was trying to balance a pen on her upper lip. It fell. She got stuck that way. She embraced it. She foolishly embraced it.
That’s my favorite pen, by the way.

How I believe the hideous “duck face” trend started. A girl was trying to balance a pen on her upper lip. It fell. She got stuck that way. She embraced it. She foolishly embraced it.

That’s my favorite pen, by the way.

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