gutwrenchpress

inspired handmade correspondence

New Orleans, Louisiana | 723 Sales

gutwrenchpress

inspired handmade correspondence

New Orleans, Louisiana 723 Sales On Etsy since 2009

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Announcement   Letterpress cards and handbound books inspired by travel, correspondence and creative re-purposing. I love to make things you can send through the mail, especially postcards.

I also have been maintaining The Keep Writing Postcard Project, now in its 9th year, sending monthly letterpress printed postcards to subscribers. Please contact me if you have any questions.

This shop is a partial listing of what I have available. For a more complete list, including workshops I lead in New Orleans, please visit my website: www.gutwrenchpress.com
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Hope

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Last updated on Mar 1, 2018

Letterpress cards and handbound books inspired by travel, correspondence and creative re-purposing. I love to make things you can send through the mail, especially postcards.

I also have been maintaining The Keep Writing Postcard Project, now in its 9th year, sending monthly letterpress printed postcards to subscribers. Please contact me if you have any questions.

This shop is a partial listing of what I have available. For a more complete list, including workshops I lead in New Orleans, please visit my website: www.gutwrenchpress.com
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Hope

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New 12 x 18 print in the shop!

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The 5th issue of Where You From is in the shop! Stories about moving back to Louisiana, commuting 80 miles twice a week and exploring the swamps. Comes with a riso printed map !
Reatocking zines! A new one is coming in early October but for now you'll have to catch up on any you missed.

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About

Letterpress by accident

I like sending letters and telling stories. I learned letterpress thinking it would make it easier but things only get more complicated. Six years later I am still learning but I have a lot more to share.

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  • Hope

    Owner, Chief Correspondent

    My grandpa taught me how to drink early and I started writing letters soon after. With the thriftiness of my great aunt, I learned to reuse what I have to make beautiful things to share.

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