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From the Stationery Files: Studio on Fire

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Every couple of weeks I highlight one of our friends from the stationery world. This week, I'd like to introduce you to Studio on Fire.

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here is the whole beautiful suite which was designed by Julia Kostrava.

3 here is the whole beautiful suite which was designed by Julia Kostrava.

To produce this suite, Studio on Fire utilized a split ink fountain. That's where a couple of colors are loaded in the ink fountain and blended together in a single color pass on press.

4 To produce this suite, Studio on Fire utilized a split ink fountain. That's where a couple of colors are loaded in the ink fountain and blended together in a single color pass on press.

multiple pieces are ganged up on the press sheet.

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detail of the finished piece which shows how the multiple ink colors blend to create an ombre effect.

8 detail of the finished piece which shows how the multiple ink colors blend to create an ombre effect.

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Company name: Studio on Fire
Hometown: Minneapolis, Minnesota
Website: studioonfire.com
Blog: beastpieces.com
Year established: 1999

Our studio sets the standard for contemporary letterpress work. We began in 1999 with a vision of uniquely combining design and production skills in modern letterpress work. Our studio currently produces it’s own design and letterpress projects in addition to printing custom work from for an impressive list of agencies and design firms across the United States. In our design services, we are committed to making distinctive work that engages the senses. In our printing, we are committed to making letterpress one of the most premium and relevant production methods for contemporary design.

specialties: Custom letterpress work for other designers. Designers gravitate toward our studio with a desire to produce something really special. Working alongside those designers, we use extensive production knowledge to produce unique projects. We constantly share with our clients advice gained from a decades worth of experience in design and letterpress.

On projects where we both design and print for a client, our specialty is a style uniquely suited to the modern letterpress printing process. We work with the clients budget and needs to maximize the press sheet so they get the most bang for their buck.

biggest project: 100,000 cotton business cards for a large real estate company, with edge coloring, A five color poster on 220lb cover stock with tight color registration, Multiple processes make things interesting. We've done business card production combining letterpress, foil stamping and laser cutting. Design and production of materials for American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA) Minnesota for design camp. lots of florescent color and unique paper stocks.

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