Using rare antique wood type originally meant for printing vintage circus posters in the 1940s and '50s, the Eat Print features that word written in a delightful bold font. As always, this letterpress was printed by hand, with painstaking (but enjoyable) love.
Unframed. Bonus fact: This type was originally used to print huge circus billboards in the 1930s and ’40s. Hand-printed on sturdy #140 cover with black ink, using a vintage press. The measurements refer to the individual prints, three total in this order (one letter per print to spell the full phrase).