One of our photopolymer plates catches the light just right to look three dimensional.
Tim the printer discovered a friend looking back at him as he cleaned his press.
Here is a part of a very common printer’s tool. Can you identify it? Here’s a hint: rhymes with coin fee.
By the time you read this, stores will already be receiving their new 2012 albums that we have worked so hard on for the past several weeks and months. Within these pages, we have poured so much love & energy to present a DAZZLING selection of new envelope liners, new embellishments, new designs! Can’t wait to show you! To see it in person, go to the Bella Figura website & click on the link that says “Find a dealer“. Enjoy the feast for your senses!
He’s been working steadily printing Smock cards. Soon he will have his own private enclosed digs!
Actually it’s Joe and bamboo that grows in Pat’s magic Heidelberg windmill. We’re waiting to see if Joe climbs it.
Bill is also becoming a press farmer with a strong daffodil that’s growing like crazy!
The sleep machine is running, unaware it is being watched. Long out of production, this Heidelberg 10 x 15 windmill letterpress still runs smoothly & precisely with the loving care it has been given over the decades. If you listen closely, you can hear it breathing & purring as ink is pressed to downy white cotton paper.
In a gleaming array of fine machinery, here stand some of our prized workhorses, Heidelberg 10 x 15 Red Ball Windmills!
Bella Figura‘s Lace design features stark black ink sculptured with pillowy cotton paper pushing forward against the debossed areas.
Oh, strange mechanics.