“I think what’s cool is that it’s something new and modern; it’s art that you’d be
proud to put on your walls, but it’s made with hundreds of years-old type and presses.”
Emily Sokolosky, the founder of Base Camp Printing Company, measures sheets of
business cards before sliding them into her clamshell printing press – a contraption
that looks more like a complicated medieval device than a way to create art.
Her sister and co-owner of Base Camp stands behind her, trying to get the color
just right for a new poster they’ll be printing later that day.