The Smallest Print Company

The Dutch traveling open-source designstudio Letterproeftuin does it again!

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33 Responses to “The Smallest Print Company”

  1. Kyle Topping says:

    This is amazing!

    So well designed, makes me want to get some wee presses for our studio!

  2. What a great idea! Very appealing – I would love to have a little studio like this xxx

  3. Sam says:

    Who makes these presses?

  4. Sally says:

    I would just love one of these, but can’t work out where to get one from…. help!

  5. Sharman says:

    RE: Sam, how much are these, where would one get them, and how much are they?

  6. when do you print the fifties and twenties? It’s a lovely presentation of a small and beautiful press. I’m selling my 7in x 11in Pearl Platen Press. Dated 1890. Looks like your presswork is very tight and precise; the mark of a good craftsman/woman. Nice presentaion on the site. Check our web-site. MTP. Keep up the lovely work. Peter

  7. Dusty Herbig says:

    Excellent! I want a postcard press too!

  8. Donald says:

    I emailed the guys at letterproeftuin.com and here’s their response;
    “Roco-Ets manufactured the etching press especially for us. Check out their website; http://www.roco-ets.nl

    The tiny screen printing table: “That was designed by us and made by an local ironworker.”

  9. I would love to have the mini clamshell rig to use with these small screens I found – http://www.teenyscreenies.com
    Looks like they would fit, too!

  10. carolina says:

    this is the coolest thing. would love one for the studio!

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  12. illustrateur says:

    great great great !!!

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  14. Vivek Das says:

    looks like toy but is professional, Great…..

  15. jitendra agarwal says:

    nice , what is the cost

  16. Please let us know where we can purchase this mini screen printing press. Everyone has the same question but no answer.

  17. soman says:

    Very nice as I think ! ! !

  18. piterhongo says:

    ¿cuál es el costo

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  20. ana moreno says:

    ohoho GOOD!!! Is so GOD!!! Love it!

  21. Bill Ritchie says:

    Actually I make Mini Etching Presses, also in kit form, halfwood style, they look like collector items but they are all business!

  22. […] Forget the latest desktop printer from HP or Epson, what you need is a new miniature printing press designed by the traveling open source design studio Letterproeftuin out of the Netherlands. Created for the International Poster and Graphic Design Festival Chaumont earlier this year, the miniature screen and letter printing presses were created so that Letterproeftuin could create smaller prints while on location at printing shows. While it doesn’t look like they have any plans to mass produce the presses I imagine such a thing could be extremely popular these days. See much more here. (via Quipsologies, Printeresting) […]

  23. […] Forget the latest desktop printer from HP or Epson, what you need is a new miniature printing press designed by the traveling open source design studio Letterproeftuin out of the Netherlands. Created for the International Poster and Graphic Design Festival Chaumont earlier this year, the miniature screen and letter printing presses were created so that Letterproeftuin could create smaller prints while on location at printing shows. While it doesn’t look like they have any plans to mass produce the presses I imagine such a thing could be extremely popular these days. See much more here. (via Quipsologies, Printeresting) […]

  24. […] Forget the latest desktop printer from HP or Epson, what you need is a new miniature printing press designed by the traveling open source design studio Letterproeftuin out of the Netherlands. Created for the International Poster and Graphic Design Festival Chaumont earlier this year, the miniature screen and letter printing presses were created so that Letterproeftuin could create smaller prints while on location at printing shows. While it doesn’t look like they have any plans to mass produce the presses I imagine such a thing could be extremely popular these days. See much more here. (via Quipsologies, Printeresting) […]

  25. robert says:

    Love the ideal of the small printers, i would be interested in buying bulk to offer and resell to my customers. im sure it will
    be very popular

  26. catherine barroca says:

    Cost? Where can I get one?

  27. […] Forget the latest desktop printer from HP or Epson, what you need is a new miniature printing press designed by the traveling open source design studio Letterproeftuin out of the Netherlands. Created for the International Poster and Graphic Design Festival Chaumont earlier this year, the miniature screen and letter printing presses were created so that Letterproeftuin could create smaller prints while on location at printing shows. While it doesn’t look like they have any plans to mass produce the presses I imagine such a thing could be extremely popular these days. See much more here. (via Quipsologies, Printeresting) […]

  28. Nat says:

    Chaumont is far from Marseilles, and farther away from the Netherlands but I’d love to see one at work… or have one !
    Thank you

  29. Joy says:

    Hello~ I’m a girl from Taiwan.
    Excuse me, may I ask how to buy them?
    Thank you 🙂