There's something interesting happening. I don't know how to quite explain how the internet and social media has had an inpact on my business. Not just having a website, or posting family photos on Facebook, but the interaction that can be created with an ongoing dialogue online. In the last year I have met a number of people "from the internet". And some of those introductions have turned into amazing frienships and business relationships. Even as I type this it sounds like I spend my time behind an avatar in one of those real life game things. What are those even called? Or that I spend my nights prowling online dating sites trying to make friends. It couldn't be farther from that. But I still can't explain it. 

A few months ago, I reached out to the fellow behind blog. I didn't know him, or if it was even a him or a group of people. I just wanted to say, hey, I like your style and if there is ever anything to collaborate If And that simple effort turned into meeting a great young man with a strong vision and business sense. Something I can relate to (the latter two). A few conversations later and we exchanged some projects. The first, are these business cards I printed for his shop. Letterpress fits beautifully with his aestethic, which always makes my job more fulfilling. The second project will be launched'll love it. 

Have a great week,


PS - If interested, you can follow me on Instagram at @typeapress. 

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