Connecting with one another is what this season's all about, and to help you get in the holiday spirit, we've curated a guide full of our favorite products to help you find the perfect gifts for your loved ones.
Introducing... Casual Luxury from Letterpress PLAY, premiering exclusively during the Travis Heights Art Trail on November 5th & 6th from 11am-5pm.
At Letterpress PLAY, we’ve named all of our presses after famous women in art history. These important women—some of them whose lives date back to the 1700s—greatly inspire the work we do. To celebrate their legacies, we want to share a little about each of them.
Walls are a part of the house we that some of us neglect. While places like the couch, bed, and kitchen table get love and adornments, walls sometimes go bare when they really could use a little TLC.
Sustainability is one of the pillars of Letterpress PLAY, which means we’re constantly in search of unique products crafted by makers who share the same values as us. All the products we sell are either handmade, women-made, BIPOC-made, or eco-friendly.
Durable vegan plant-based leather makes our roomy Courier Clutch the perfect utility handbag to hold all your daily essentials. Ages gracefully and will patina with use adding to its character and style.
Frederika Dicker was born in 1898 to a poor Jewish family in Vienna, Austria. Her mother passed away when Friedl was just a toddler. Like many Jews who were killed by the Nazis, not a lot of information is available on Friedl’s childhood, but her story becomes clearer upon entering the iconic art school Weimar Bauhaus.
Katharine Graham, publisher of the Washington Post, was known for printing the Pentagon Papers and reports on the Watergate scandal. Learn more about the first 20th-century female publisher and what she overcame.
Printer Ruth Ellis lived to the age of 101, leaving behind an incredibly legacy of helping the Black, LGBTQ, and senior citizen communities. Learn more about her remarkable story.
Join us in supporting the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center.