The Mandate Press




Salt Lake City based Mandate Press does extraordinary letterpress work. Seeing the details and quality of their work up-close, along with the raving reviews I've heard from friends who are also customers has me thinking about placing my own order.

If you are in the market for some business cards, you can't go wrong with these. You can pick from an array of their well-designed templates or supply your own custom design and the price is incredibly reasonable 250 letterpress cards for $95!!

14 comments:

meg said...

I love the "Kahlo" lettering - do you have any idea what font that is?

Carolina Eclectic said...

I want my cards to read "Frida Kahlo!" That would be great:)

laureen said...

The mandate press is AMAZING i was just writing about it last week (http://paperwhite-studio.blogspot.com/2008/11/i-letterpress_19.html)! we just had a set of cards printed there and i HIGHLY recommend it. . .

Caroline @ Absolutely Unique said...

Lovely cards! That lettering is simply exquisite! xoxo

thealeatory said...

I agree---I ordered some business cards a few weeks back from them, and they arrived on time and in a tasteful litle box with tissue paper. The cards look amazing. I would highly recommend working this company. P.S. I too got the "Kahlo" lettering... :)

Blair said...

Gorgeous! I love the blue ones.

Joanna Goddard said...

yes, they are SO fabulous!!!!!

Citygirl-Em said...

OMG...I'm just sitting here staring at that lovely photo. The cards are truly eye candy!

Joslyn said...

i ordered cards from mandate press and LOVED them.

amber {daisy chain} said...

omg, these are so beautifully done!!

valerie said...

Those calling cards are fantastic. I want all my cards to be made by them!

caroline said...

oh that price is amazing. hello christmas present to myself.

Design Lovely said...

I love these! That blue bird one is really creative!

Willow Withy said...

Not only does the Mandate press have incredible craftsmanship and beautiful presses, they are incredibly warm and friendly people. Shortly after a long stint of press design at The Chicago Center for Book & Paper Arts I looked into joining their team, unfortunately time didn't permit a commute, but they were truly lovely.

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