WoodzillaShop

Home of the original Woodzilla presses!

Dordrecht, The Netherlands
| 4,041 Sales | 5 out of 5 stars 5 out of 5 stars

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Jan Elzinga

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About WoodzillaShop

Sales 4,041
On Etsy since 2017

Woodzilla history - how did it all start?

Woodworking has always been a great way to spend the hours beside work. I made all kinds of items, from furniture to household items. The first items in my Etsy shop were cutting boards, doorstoppers and knife sharpeners.
My wife is a printmaker and illustrator, and she once asked me to make her a linopress to support her work. The ones she saw on the internet and printing supply stores were a bit flimsy so I designed a more sturdy press for her. Through her instagram-account soon the first questions came in; 'where did you get that press', 'how can I buy one?. So I make the next presses. That was still only A4 size, but then the questions came in for larger sizes which lead to the A3 press.
That really kickstarted things, and now I'm doing a full range of presses.

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  • Jan Elzinga

    Owner

    Steel and wood are the products I love to work with. Always working on improving my products, or working on new. Love to support printmakers all around the world!

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