This week’s visitor to the shop is also part of the shop’s archive!
Nov 06, 2014
Earlier this year, the team at Pillsbury contacted us to create the artwork for the official aprons of Pillsbury’s 47th Annual Bake-Off, held this week in Nashville. They were interested in a uniquely Nashville texture for the aprons, so Heather...
The Workhorses Of The Print Shop
Oct 01, 2014
Most of the time, when we’re talking about the process of letterpress printing great show posters, what we share are the results of that process – the colorful posters. But an important part of getting those results, and nearly as...
Songs Of Summer
Aug 20, 2014
In their ongoing quest to tell the stories of the music that comes out of this great city, the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum examined the advent of rhythm & blues here during the first quarter-century after World...
Old Blocks – New Prints!
Jun 20, 2014
In the last 22 years, Hatch has moved twice. The first relocation, in 1992, from 4th Avenue to Broadway, allowed us to unearth a number of old blocks that had been tucked into corners or cut up to use as...
Check Out The Print Shop
Apr 17, 2014
Check out the printing going on in the shop, as we celebrated our sixth month in our new home and the 135th birthday of Hatch Show Print! Laura prints a true rainbow roll, Heather prints a double split fountain, and...
Timelapse of Moving Locations
Nov 01, 2013
Wow! What a lot of type, presses and printing equipment we moved! Check out these time lapse movies of our preparation and transition from 316 Broadway to our new home at 224 5th Avenue South.
Packing Jim’s Desk
Sep 12, 2013
More than 20 years of the art and business of managing Hatch Show Print is contained within two desks in the shop. Jim Sherraden started with a standard low desk, and eventually moved to a standing desk (placed right next...
Where to Start?
Aug 01, 2013
With 134 years' worth of equipment, tools and the accessories of printing posters (wood blocks, photoplates and more), plus more than 20 years to allow all sorts of paper to collect in the building's nooks and crannies, where do you...