> Is Dave Wofford from Horse and Buggy Press in Raleigh on the list?Good one. (As usual I'm a day late and a dollar short, even here on
> I suppose
> his shop truly is a carriage trade.
the listserv--guess that means the press name is apropos)
> I think these terms helpfully denote our marginality�andOur other press name idea bantied about was Hodgepodge Printing.
> marginality is not
> necessarily derogative. I�ve used the terms boutique, craft, and art
> printers to explain letterpress printing to outsiders.
Like other letterpress shops starting out on big dreams, long odds,
and a shoe string budget,
we were basically going at it with what equipment and type we could
scrounge or buy up within a day's drive, most of which were dusty
discards from the commercial printing world of decades past. I'm
curious if anyone has ever run across a printing outfit with the name
Never have come up with an apt description for the type of studio/
shop we are.
Merely deciding on studio vs. shop was enough to abandon the
H O R S E & B U G G Y P R E S S
Letterpress printing and more--for the jet age and beyond.
2016 Englewood Avenue
Durham, North Carolina 27705
919 949 4847
no fax, plenty of rumors
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