Virgil O. Stamps uses his Brooklyn neighborhood and surrounding boroughs as a source of inspiration and income, by recycling products that would usually be thrown away. All of his cards are backed by recycled chipboard from the nearby comic book store.
Virgil can, of course, print on anything you like. Even regular paper. Or nice thick cotton paper.
Using iron machinery that’s older than his mom, Virgil letterpresses each card individually, giving them that handcrafted feel, not found in those lip-gloss, neon, 1000-cards-for-$25 deals you’ve been spammed about.
And if you need help setting the type or coming up with the design, Virgil is pretty good at that too.
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