Since 2010, The Print Project has been raising hell and the dead with its distinctive high quality letterpress printing from its base in the small northern town of Shipley.
From posters that will poke you in the eye to finely crafted pieces of print that will knock your teeth out, the Yorkshire based outfit exclusively uses 500 year old printing technology killed off by commercial interests and given the kiss of life by our resident print maniacs.
Our passion for wood & metal type is at the heart of what we do, and our Heidelberg, Korrex, Autovic, Vandercook & Farley presses love us for it.
To us, letterpress printing is not an aesthetic, it’s a rigourous and methodical process which produces tactile vibrant printing that will make you want to kiss a goat, stroke a pig or say hello to Jesus.
We print client work to an incredibly high standard using special finishes and techniques that are not possible using modern printing processes. This is the Rolls Royce of printing. There are no Skoda’s here.
We deliver workshops that enable people of all ages to connect to and learn about the process.
Our work has appeared in:
Form Fifty Five
The Aesthetic Trust
People of Print
We regularly exhibit work across the UK.
We actively salvage, recycle and re-use printing equipment (presses, ink, type, paper etc) which is rendered obsolete by commercial interests. If you have anything you want to get rid of, get in touch.
Leeds Print Festival
No Fly Posters
London Centre for Book Arts
St Brides Library
West Yorkshire Print Workshop
The Letterpress Collective
Small Town Ink
The Kirkgate Centre
Flyposting 2 & 3
Bradford College 2015
Leeds College of Art 2013 & 2014
Leeds Print Festival 2012 & 2014
Small Town Ink 2013