Revival Letterpress
Revival Letterpress
A custom letterpress print and design studio in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

A nice old-fashioned

Printing Office

 
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Oh, to exist by way of

Old Machines & Manual Labor

Revival Letterpress is a letterpress print shop and design studio in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Machinery includes a hand-fed / foot-treadled Chandler & Price platen press, a hand-fed / hand-cranked Challenge cylinder press, and a fully manual Chandler & Price paper guillotine. Services include job printing, custom design work, and the occasional letterpress workshop. The shop is located at Bok, a historic vocational school turned mixed-use space in South Philadelphia.

 

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Don't take my word for it,
here are some nice reviews:

Matt was super easy to work with. I sent him some inspiration photos and he knocked it out of the park. My fiancé and I are extremely happy with the quality of our wedding invitations. His prices are very reasonable too. We highly recommend him!
— Ngoc Thai
I had the BEST experience working with Revival Letterpress for my wedding invitations. Matthew worked with me to create a gorgeous design for my letterpress invite. I’ve gotten a ton of compliments on the invite, and it’s all thanks to Matthew’s hard work and design skills. Revival Letterpress’ prices are super reasonable and the turnaround was extremely fast. I highly recommend working with them.
— Kaitlyn Fox

 


 
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putting ink on paper

  • business cards

  • wedding invitations

  • event stationary

  • show posters

  • broadsides

  • art prints

  • gift certificates

  • correspondence stationary

  • that thing you can't get anywhere else

  • more things than I can even think of


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About Me

Hello, MY NAME IS Matthew

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I started Revival Letterpress in 2011 in Scranton – a small town in Northeastern Pennsylvania. Built on an obsession for design, old machines, and the letterpress aesthetic, my whole idea from the beginning was to bring to people print work of real value. I pair high quality materials with the dedication and care inherent to hand-craftsmanship.

Since moving to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 2016 the company continues to grow and I'm still focused on the creation of timeless print work. I hope that the results speak loudly of tradition with a nod to modern design sensibilities and that I always exceed the expectations of my clients.