logo: off the beaten press | offthebeatenpress.com
24Mar

Last year, my friend Allison and I were talking about what to name my letterpress machine. I wanted to try to have some separation between the rest of the artwork I was creating and the specific letterpress prints. She came up with the name “Off the Beaten Press.”  It was perfect. I loved the impression

societysix | offthebeatenpress.com
04Mar

I am going to try something new this March. There is this awesome site called Society6 which takes your artwork & allows customers to choose what product they want to see it on! I chose “The Grass is Always Greener” to be my first product on the website. This print has nearly sold out, is

Celebrate American Made | offthebeatenpress.com
05Feb

Back in December, I got a message online about contributing some marketing materials to Celebrate American Made. I researched them quickly first only to discover that I love what they are doing! This company starts by finding local and handcrafted small businesses one state at a time. They then compile a box of goodies from

bodyofwork20143 | offthebeatenpress.com
22Jan

In the process of trying to stay on top of my personal design work, I updated my Sample Body of Work! I chose a variety of logos, work from college, previous jobs and my current job! It’s a little long, and I want to condense it, but I am happy that it is fresh for

drinkme1 | offthebeatenpress.com
06Aug

One of the very first things I letterpressed was a coster that said “DRINK ME.” I sold out of them very quickly and decided I needed to make more. This time around, I made circle coasters and put my signature and website on the back. I plan on leaving them around town at different bars

setup | offthebeatenpress.com
04Aug
05Mar

I’ve decided to keep track of locations in the world where people buy my artwork! Obviously I know the majority will be here in the USA, but its still fun and easy to do!  Here are my first sales mapped out. Click on the map to increase the size.

01Feb

Last night I ran a short run of business cards on the Platen Press. They are printed on Mohawk Black Cards with Silver Ink. As my website is done in helvetica, so is this… I am pretty happy with how they turned out and it was nice doing small little cards on the big machine! Above is