Contribute To Help Save Letterpress History
The world's most extensive wood type museum needs our help. Hamilton continues to incur massive costs for moving their Museum. Neenah will donate $15,000 if you, as a community help by purchasing these unique prints below. All money goes to Hamilton, period! Please buy a print and help preserve letterpress history.
Hey, $5 or $10 bucks is a latte or two gone in an hour. These letterpress prints will be on your wall for years to come. It's art coming from a TRUE CRAFT.
Issue Six Print
Receive the Issue 6 Beauty of Letterpress 5.5" x 8.5" print designed by Design Army and printed by Mama's Sause.CONTRIBUTE
Issue Five Print
Receive the Issue 5 Beauty of Letterpress 5.5" x 8.5" print designed by Marian Bantjes and printed by Full Circle Press.CONTRIBUTE
Issue Four Print
Receive the Issue 4 Beauty of Letterpress 5.5" x 8.5" print designed by Mikey Burton and printed by Cranky Pressman of Salem, OH.CONTRIBUTE
Rebuild Moore, OK Tornado Print
5.5" x 8.5" printed in on CRANE'S® LETTRA. This print shows the blueprint of the city streets devastated by this tornado. Designed by Ghost Design of OK and printed by Two Paperdolls. All monies from this special print go to #rebuildmoore, Architecture for Humanity.CONTRIBUTE
Issue Two Print
You won't believe this visual trick. 5.5" x 8.5" letterpress print by Studio On fire in Minneapolis, MN. Contribute just 5 bucks and amaze your friends with this visual trick when viewing from the edge.CONTRIBUTE
Issue One Print
The second level contribution receives a limited edition Broadside printed with authentic Hamilton Wood Type by Hamilton Artistic Director Bill Moran.CONTRIBUTE
It's in the Grain Print
Designed and printed by Starshaped Press in Chicago, IL. These posters are part of a limited edition run.CONTRIBUTE
We are Hamilton Print
Designed and printed by Tracy Honn of Silver Buckle Press in Madison, WI. Each print is signed and numbered.CONTRIBUTE
Wood Goods & Good Woods
Designed by Bethany Rahn during her time at Hatch Show Print in Nashville, TN.CONTRIBUTE
The Hamilton Wood Type & Printing Museum can use your help in any way possible. Help the museum by choosing your own level of contribution to help in the transition to the new site and saving part of printing history. By choosing this option you will not be receiving a printed letterpress piece.