LETTERPRESS PRINTING  |  WEDDING INVITES + BUSINESS CARDS

Publicide offers speedy letterpress printing in New York City. Our ancient Heidelberg press prints on super thick cotton papers of up to .125″ thickness with perfect registration and deep impression. We take pride in offering a wide variety of unique papers along with the insight and experience to make the most of every custom, letterpress job. All our letterpress printing plates are made from magnesium or copper using your electronic art.

Business Cards, personal stationery, letters, and cards always benefit from a carefully executed blind emboss, or a multi-colored letterpress impression.

Wedding invitations and announcements look great printed on the letterpress as well. Check out our sample Wedding Invitations to get design ideas or to see the difference a letterpress can make. In addition to printing, the letterpress performs die cutting, embossing, and debossing. We use handmade steel dies to cut paper into custom shapes, round corners, and punch holes.

Email us your art or print specs to get questions answered and for quotes on your project. Since we’re New York City Printers, you can schedule an appointment to come in and look through our sample selection or get a look at the print shop! We offer print spec consultations if you’re not quite sure what direction to take your project, contact us today by email for more details!

Letterpress printing has been the de-facto printing technique in New York City for invitations, stationery, and business cards for high-minded aesthets. Therefore, critical taste-makers whose printed matter must be dressed to impress always turn to Publicide. The modern letterpress industry is built on hundreds of years of inventive thinking and practical experimentation. Letterpress as we know it started in the late 1800s. The printing industry has seen all kind of innovations and new ways of putting ink to paper through various technologies. Like many things, though, it’s not surprising that back to basics is where we find ourselves today. Becuase letterpress printing was once the only kind of printing. Plain and simple.