from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A shop where one can buy prints; a printseller's.
- n. A shop offering commercial printing services; a printery or printing house.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A shop where prints are sold.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A shop where prints or engravings are sold.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a workplace where printing is done
Then I had gone back and become a printer, and the printshop was a marvelous excuse for not doing anything, because I was printing for nthe movement.
Janus Press has to date produced approximately 100 publications — books, pamphlets, and broadsides -, many of them designed, illustrated, type-set, printed (sometimes on paper made by the artist), and bound by Van Vliet herself in a well-equipped studio, printshop, bindery of her own design.
By using such a provider, the restaurant owner in the example above would owe $ 10.000,00 to the exchange network, not the printshop.
Where can he find a printshop with an owner who is hungry for a $10.000,00 meal?
This print is a fine gesture of kindness from the crew at A Tiny City printshop and design.
Taking the radical course of speaking to the topic of this posting, I note that the Union Oyster House in Boston not only serves local cuisine, but was also used in the early 1770s by the printer Isaiah Thomas as a printshop.
I am under 35 - BUT I worked for a mom & pop printshop for a couple of years in 2005! and used this baby, as well as other antiquated machines.
It was printed by Tower Press, a Lesbian printshop in NYC.
Well, considering it's japanese i think rice in an english/french labled bag and the notice is in yet a 4th language, I can see the printshop not reading it correctly...
Full disclosure -- I'm a big admirer of Mike Ploog, I used to see him a lot when he'd come into the printshop I worked at during the early 90's.