Moveable Type TruckMoveable Type is a mobile print shop built into the back of a 1982 Chevy step van. I've logged over 40,000 miles since June 2011, traveling all over North America, sharing the good word about printing the old fashioned way, and learning a whole lot about myself and this country of ours. Learn More Here.
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poster FINALLY! Power and Light Press will officially open its doors THIS SATURDAY, April 13! If you’re in southwestern New Mexico (as I’m sure most of you are), please come on down to the corner of College + Bullard Streets in … Continue reading
I am beyond thrilled to announce that I’ve just signed a lease on a brand new space! This orange, black, and brick box – a former motorcycle repair shop – will become the new Power and Light Press HQ effective … Continue reading
Power and Light Press has not one but TWO online stores from which you can purchase your holidays goods this year! The Big Cartel shop is integrated right into this website, but there’s also an Etsy shop, should you prefer … Continue reading
Going to the post office is a big part of my job. In my travels this past year, I had to stop at a lot of post offices along the way, to fill orders and send postcards. I was smitten … Continue reading
Does anyone else think it’s kind of messed up that it’s already July 21st? I sure do – I’m already beginning to feel wistful about the waning days of summer. But instead of singing summer’s sweet lullaby just yet, I’ve … Continue reading
Hello, friends! It’s been awhile since I’ve reached out on this here blog… but I wanted to write today to announce two things: 1) my studio is applying for a grant and needs your help and 2) I’ve got some … Continue reading
Hey, Portland friends – come on down to Em Space Book Arts Center this Friday, June 1st for a truck show! This will be a big, comprehensive wrap-up of the trip, with photos, prints, and a bunch of other stuff. … Continue reading
This here website is almost ready to go! Still making a few changes and adding more content, but I guess it’s pretty functional… I’ll be checking in with some blog posts about the Stationery Show very soon.