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Get Your ‘A Smithy’ Limited-Edition Print NOW!

2011 March 30

Holy buckets, our first limited-edition letterpress print is here!

A Smithy
8″x10″ signed limited-edition of 150
$20.00 (plus S&H; sales tax applies to Minnesota residents only)

Buy it at Hazel & Wren’s shop.

(more specs and info below)


Ships unmatted and unframed.

Limited Edition of 150 letterpress prints.*

Each print numbered and signed by Hazel & Wren along bottom of the print.

These prints are hand-pulled letterpress prints, and were printed from old wood type. This means there are some slight, natural variations in coloring from print to print, as well as some visible grain from the wood type.

Printed on Revere Suede Standard White 300gsm, and Revere Suede Polar White 300gsm, both of which are naturally acid- and chlorine-free, cut down from 30″x40″ deckled, watermarked sheets. This means that a percentage of the prints have a deckled edge along the bottom of the print (and no other sides). An even smaller percentage are watermarked on the reverse side.

Ink used is a mixture of Daniel Smith Lithographic and Relief inks.



*Which means when these are gone, they’re gone forever! No reprints.

5 Responses
  1. Lemonade permalink
    April 3, 2011

    What happened to the 10,952 words?

    • Hazel permalink
      April 3, 2011

      Why hello there, Lemonade! 10,952 words lives on! Although perhaps not in this exact format. It would be a mite time-consuming to set all of that type…

  2. Veronica permalink
    April 20, 2011

    Writers prompt:
    You wake up in a darkened circus tent, wearing a bright blue and yellow clown costume and a fluffy red wig. There is a dwarf standing over you with bucket of water. “You okay?” he asks. Write this scene.

  3. April 20, 2011

    Does it make me a nerd if I fawn over stuff like this? If so, I don’t care. It looks beautiful!

    • Hazel permalink
      April 20, 2011

      If it does, well then let’s form our own little nerdy club, because we fawn over everything wordy and/or letterpress!

      P.S. Thanks! 🙂

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