brownparcelpress

Beautifully Crafted Paper Goods

Georgia, United States · 583 Sales

brownparcelpress

Beautifully Crafted Paper Goods

Georgia, United States 583 Sales On Etsy since 2008

5 out of 5 stars
(129)

Announcement   Lovers of good food, growing things and perfectly simple design. Our work has been featured The New York Times and on DesignSponge, Oh So Beautiful Paper, The Knot, and Brooklyn Bride. Thank you so much for taking a look and don't hesitate to contact me with any questions!
Kindly,
Megan + Gaelle

Discover our Inspirations:
Instagram: @brownparcelpress
www.brownparcelpress.com

Announcement

Lovers of good food, growing things and perfectly simple design. Our work has been featured The New York Times and on DesignSponge, Oh So Beautiful Paper, The Knot, and Brooklyn Bride. Thank you so much for taking a look and don't hesitate to contact me with any questions!
Kindly,
Megan + Gaelle

Discover our Inspirations:
Instagram: @brownparcelpress
www.brownparcelpress.com

Brown Parcel Press

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Brown Parcel Press

Reviews

Average item review
5 out of 5 stars
(129)
Virginia

Virginia on Dec 2, 2015

4 out of 5 stars

Still a beautiful calendar with high quality prints. I just wish they hadn't changed the page size, since I order this every year and now it won't fit in the same frame as the past calendars.

Michael Brooks

Michael Brooks on Nov 24, 2015

5 out of 5 stars

Beautiful calendars....once again, will enjoy throughout the year......Thank You!!

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About

The Little Letterpress Shop That Could

Brown Parcel Press began after Megan took a letterpress class in college and got hooked. Seriously hooked. Deciding not to wait for graduation to begin her career, she launched the press in 2007 with the help of a friend. Printing on nights, weekends, and holidays in a shoebox studio Megan began honing both her craft and her voice. After graduation the girl, the company, and the press moved to Brooklyn... unfortunately her heart stayed in Georgia. So a return to the South was imminent, and at the end of 2009 the press moved back to GA, but this time it found a new home. A 1920's general store on a 200+ year old farm became, and still is, home for Brown Parcel Press. With both her heart and company in the same place, and with a new found love for farming, Megan and her husband set about building their dream. What they didn't realize was that the dream was about to include a new edition.

In 2012 they welcomed their first little bundle into the world! When Megan's pregnant belly got too big to keep from bumping into the press while printing, her mom, Gaelle, offered to be an assistant. Little did either of them know that that assistant had some serious printing talent and an uncanny eye for color. So, at the beginning of 2013 Gaelle came on board full time and is now an integral part of this little studio.

At the end of the day, Brown Parcel Press places its' emphasis on quality, touch, and the beautifully simple things in life, and works tirelessly to produce paper goods that are playful, smart and striking. So what if they've always got ink on their hands from the press and dirt on their knees from the pigs.... there's no one to see but the chickens.

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  • Megan Fowler

    Owner

    Megan Fowler got her degree in Printmaking from UGA in 2008. After a brief stint in Brooklyn, she moved to a 200 year old farm in rural GA with her husband. In her free time, Megan stays busy herding pigs, goats, chickens, donkeys, cats, + a baby.

  • Gaelle Boling

    Printer + Designer

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Last updated on February 5, 2011

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