The History of Print
We wouldn’t be where we are today if it weren’t for decades of dedication to the printing process.
Stamps carved into blocks of wood.
The first mass-production press. Perhaps the greatest invention of all time.
A process using oil and water.
Steam-powered, large, fast, and noisy.
Colors are separated then merged together.
Transfers design onto virtually anything.
AKA a copying machine.
The computer era gives way to digital printing.
Impresses images using light.
Print Isn’t Dead.
Print cuts through the digital clutter to make a lasting impression. It’s tangible, engaging, personal–and most of all, trusted.
Delzer’s Stained Glass, Explained
Explore the history behind Delzer’s Iconic stained glass window.