AIGA Central PA
Contact: Bri Piccari, President
American Printing History Association Chesapeake Chapter
Contact: Don Starr - President
APHA is a membership organization that encourages the study of the history of printing and related arts and crafts.
Contact: Frank Baseman
Blue Canary Letterpress
Contact: Jodi Bortz
Boss Dog Press
Contact: Don Rash
Don will be selling books, posters, marbleized papers and printed cards.
Contact: Val Lucas
The barn/studio houses 7 restored letterpresses plus metal and wood type; the rural surroundings inspire landscape prints and intricate wood engravings.
Contact: Cathy Smith
Their mission is to print beautifully; use the best materials; and support and inspire the letterpress community. Starting in 2001 making plates for 5 printers, they now supply plates to over 10,000 printers around the world.
Contact: Joel Henry
Contact: Martin Mazorra & Mike Housten
Since 1999, we've been publishing woodcuts, relief prints, screenprints, & letterpress prints, and selling them for $20 a a pop.
Contact: Randy Newcomer
The Conestoga Press is part of the Historical Society of the Cocalico Valley and housed in the Carriage House of the Theodore Sprecher Museum.
Crow Designs at The Workshop
Contact: Christine Medley
Contact: Jeff Sunnergren, owner
Frederick Book Arts Center
Contact: Sara Friedman
The center provides members with the space and equipment necessary to create artwork in the book arts and printing traditions.
Fresh Prints of Lancaster
Contact: Gabrielle Shelley
Fresh Prints is a one-woman print shop creating unique original and hand-pressed linocut and stamped prints with love and care.
Contact: Manda Gorsegner, Executive Director
Letterpress demo with wood type on a vandercook O proof press. Limited edition prints, posters and artist books. Swag (T-shirts, stickers, totes, aprons, etc.). Handmade paper from military uniforms.
Contact: Lindsay Schmittle
Gingerly Press will be displaying paper goods ranging from cards, notebooks, gift tags, recipe cards and small &large prints
Contact: Craig Welsh
The GramLee Collection at West Virginia U.
Contact: Joe Galbreath
Jet USA Corporation
Contact: Leo Estes, Jr.
North America’s Photopolymer specialists
Madcap and Company
Contact: Marty Hulse
Model Citizen Press LLC
Contact: James Quigley
Letterpress printed greeting cards, coasters and small prints. Assorted small letterpress equipment and cuts.
Contact: Richard Kegler
P22 type foundry is a digital type foundry from Buffalo, New York, that develops and markets typefaces for the Macintosh and Windows platforms.
Contact: Suzanne Grobbel
Hand-cut and hand-pulled block prints of original art at an affordable price.
Contact: Kristen Fava
Sea Heart City Press
Contact: Meredith Akery
Sincell Publishing Company
Contact: Mary McEwen
Bejamin Hinkle Sincell bought The Republican newspaper in Oakland, MD in 1890 at the age of 21. He founded the Sincell Publishing Company and operated the newspaper as well as a print shop for the next 50 years. His son, Donald Sincell, worked there as did Donald’s son Robert Sincell. Two of Robert’s children, Don and Mary Ruth, then carried on the business until 2017, when they sold the newspaper and ceased operations of the print shop. Mary Sincell McEwen and Don Sincell will be at the fair with a large collection of type fonts, lockup furniture, furniture racks, type cabinets, Lino-O-Type manuals and accessories, border fonts and cuts, some antique printed materials and more.
The Itinerant Printer
Contact: Chris Fritton
The Itinerant Printer will visit letterpress print shops across America producing unique prints at each venue culled from their idiosyncratic collections of wood type, metal type, cuts, ornaments, and polymer plates. These prints will be mailed back to followers and supporters of the project as postcards from the road.
Contact: Megan Zettlemoyer