New & Better Studley Posters for Everyone

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We weren’t happy with the paper thickness of our H.O. Studley posters that went up for sale in May. So we found a new printer that would work with thicker paper. We reprinted the entire run and have sent replacements to everyone who ordered posters through the Lost Art Press website.

Almost everyone should have received their replacement posters by now. If you haven’t, give it until Monday’s mail arrives and then send a message to help@lostartpress.com and we’ll check your order. If you bought one of the posters at Handworks, please send a message to help@lostartpress.com, and we’ll send you a replacement immediately.

The Studley posters now in the store (click here) are printed on the new, thicker paper by a company a few blocks from our storefront in Covington, Ky. The posters are significantly heavier (they were a bit of a struggle to roll to get into tubes) and are still $20, which includes domestic shipping.

— Christopher Schwarz

About Lost Art Press

Publisher of woodworking books and videos specializing in hand tool techniques.
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7 Responses to New & Better Studley Posters for Everyone

  1. erikhinkston says:

    This poster business keeps giving and giving doesn’t it?

  2. Do you plan on doing more printings of the letterpress toolchest poster or are they sold out for good?

  3. trainman0978 says:

    You guys done with shirts too ?

    Noticed they aren’t in the site today.

  4. edfurlong says:

    Thanks much for your fidelity to quality and to your customers. I was surprised and delighted when the poster showed up at my house, and initially thought an error occurred and I was receiving a second copy. When I opened the tube and saw the high quality poster within, I immediately thought “I guess they were not satisfied with the paper in the first printing–what a great company to deal with!” I appreciate Lost Art Press more than ever.

    Best regards,

    Ed Furlong

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