We love letterpress.

Printed in the south.

At The Southern Letterpress, we offer high-quality letterpress printing services. We also offer a range of comprehensive design services from wedding invitations to book layouts, logos, branding and packaging. Contact us for a personalized quote!

Through public events and workshops, we educate about the art and history of letterpress printing.

IMG_1652We provide an array of printing options from handset metal and wood type, in-house photo polymer plates technology.

We also design and print a greeting cards, posters and stationery items for sale at retail locations around the South and at our etsy site.

Why Letterpress?
IMG_0285The quality of exquisite, handmade letterpress products is vital to us and our clients. We believe in the power of finely crafted paper products. As a small studio, we have the ability to work closely with our clients to create prints with personality and lasting significance.

Our cards, stationery, hand-crafted and custom prints are used as art and affirmation. Our cards are tacked to walls, placed in frames, hung on bulletin boards, and savored by recipients for years.

Why Southern?
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The Southern Letterpress embraces the unique culture of the Southeast. Our focus on local art and culture is evident in our work. We engage with our community through events, workshops, and sharing space and resources. We gain inspiration from the breezy Gulf Coast, decadent music festivals and impromptu second lines, the rich summer heat, and the folklore of the South.

History
We have been printing across the Southeast since 2006. We have spread our love of the craft of letterpress in Alabama, Mississippi, Florida and Louisiana. We have over 20 years experience producing and teaching about letterpress printing, typography, design, and book arts.

The Southern Letterpress opened on Labor Day 2011 in Columbus, Mississippi, in the front office of one of the last locally-printed newspapers in the country, The Columbus Dispatch. In 1840, a newspaper called The Southern published at this very location, and we chose to align ourselves with the storied history of printing in the south by naming our press The Southern Letterpress.

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