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Print Southern

At The Southern Letterpress, we offer letterpress printing and design services, as well as a curated collection of paper goods, handmade in the Southeast by a creative community of contemporary artists and printers. We specialize in personalized printing with handset type on sustainable paper stock, making letterpress accessible and affordable to our local communities. We also offer an array of additional custom printing options, from hand-carved blocks to the the latest in digital-to-plate technology. Please contact us for an estimate for your project!

A faux-batical for Jessica

12th January 2014 By admin

I’m heading out to Farmville, VA for the next few months! Keep updated on all the exciting projects on my paper souvenir site, here.

I will be printing commercially for The Southern Letterpress while I am in Virginia. The storefront in Northport will be open for a limited schedule while I am gone, and utilized as a workspace by a great roster of talented people, including Firebrand PressCurly Head Press and Southern Pest Prints. Eve


St. Pete Indie Market

20th December 2013 By admin

We’re excited to join a stellar lineup of vendors this coming Saturday, December 21st, from 12-6 pm at the St. Pete Indie Market on the 600 Block of Central Avenue in downtown St. Petersburg, FL. Come on by for a visit and pick up some beautiful, hand-crafted cards by The Southern Letterpress and Oma Darlin’ Press. Just in time for the holidays…

Yule Tidings, y'all!

Linotype: The Film

16th December 2013 By admin


Join The Southern Letterpress and Oma Darlin’ Press at our studio in Gulfport, FL, for Paper & Pints! Our December Paper & Pints will take place on Friday, December 20th, from 7-9 pm, and will feature a FREE screening of Linotype: The Film, a feature-length documentary centered around the Linotype type casting machine. Called the “Eighth Wonder of the World” by Thomas Edison, it revolutionized printing and society. The film tells the charming and emotional story of the people connected to the Linotype and how it impacted the world.

Visit our Facebook event page for more details about the event, including directions to our Gulfport studio. We’ll have pint glasses and plenty of chairs on-hand. BYOB this time around!