We try not to stick to the ‘historical correct’
We started the studio in 2013.
All by myself. With trial and error, old books and internet.
Depends on the job 🙂
Printing in the studio: alone.
Doing a print workshop in our studio or on location: as many people as possible.
Their belief in our project.
When I’m not focussed on the specific project.
The stereo, good music in the studio is a must.
Plantin (you know… Antwerp 🙂 )
3 Heidelberg 10×15 Windmills
Vandercook Universal I
A6 Adana handpress
Foot operated A4 platen press
Bike with a mobile A5 handpress
Bike with a 50×70 proofing press
Multigraph Rotary Press
Lots of lead and wood type
Screenprint + Risograph (but not using these very often)
We need a big hydraulic cutter…
When people are enthusiastic about our studio, or the projects we’re doing on location with the bikes.
To lose my hands.
Graphic designer in the first place, but always working in the studio or doing print projects on location.
We’re very happy we can actually make a living of our design and print projects.
We always try to find solutions or concepts within a specific brief.
We try not to stick to the ‘historical correct’ use of our presses and material, but combine with more modern techniques like lasercutting, CNC engraving or 3D printing.
We also have everything in house for screenprint and risograph, but we’re not using these techniques very often.