Fruit Tree Card

The Passenger Press

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    • Order placed
    • 18th June
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    • Dispatched
    • 25th June
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    • Standard delivery
    • 27th - 28th June

Credentials

  • Made in UK
  • Handmade
Description

'The Perfect Forme of a Fruit Tree' greetings card. This letterpress card has been made using a wood block image from 1648 found tucked away in the shelves of the University of Glasgow Special Collections. Each card has a bit of hidden history and a link on the back unlocks more detailed information about the image, where it is held and a chance to view the original online.

Need to know

Blank inside. Letterpress card printed in small batches on an antique press using ecologically sound paper, milled in the UK. A6 350gsm card (10.5 x 14.8cm) with brown kraft envelope and recyclable cello.

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Standard delivery: £1.35
Receive it by 27th - 28th June

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The Passenger Press

Glasgow, SCOTLAND

The Passenger Press is a letterpress print and design studio based in Glasgow, Scotland.

Every card & design tells a story and breathes new life into images found tucked away in books and archives.

The Passenger Press studio is housed in an old Victorian shopfront so we have our vintage presses and workspace at the back and sell all our products in the shop area at the front.

We love traditional methods of production and enjoy the hands on methods used in slow making. We are inspired by traditional skills and practices.

Each design is printed in small batches using ecologically sound paper milled in the UK.