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Arsenal Handicraft goods are made by the husband and wife team of Dennis and Christina Jacobs. We use the time-honored printmaking techniques of screen printing and letterpress to make art and paper goods.

We work out of our small home studio where we agonize over every tiny detail, illustrating and printing each piece from beginning to end.

We don’t use big, expensive machinery, and nothing in our creative process is automated. You ‘ll own a truly one of a kind object made by our own 4 hands.

Because we use a simple, non-automated press, we can print on almost anything: antique sheet music, a sun yellowed envelope, or salvaged wood from an abandoned staircase.

We mix our ink colors in small batches so we can experiment with unusual pigments. Our…

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  • Joined March 26, 2007

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paper, ink, elbow grease

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About

Arsenal Handicraft goods are made by the husband and wife team of Dennis and Christina Jacobs. We use the time-honored printmaking techniques of screen printing and letterpress to make art and paper goods.

We work out of our small home studio where we agonize over every tiny detail, illustrating and printing each piece from beginning to end.

We don’t use big, expensive machinery, and nothing in our creative process is automated. You ‘ll own a truly one of a kind object made by our own 4 hands.

Because we use a simple, non-automated press, we can print on almost anything: antique sheet music, a sun yellowed envelope, or salvaged wood from an abandoned staircase.

We mix our ink colors in small batches so we can experiment with unusual pigments. Our glow in the dark prints can light up your walls for hours.

We take pride in signing, number and stamp each piece one by one so that years from now, no one will ever question its authenticity.

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