Drukkerij Gilles Hassing

Address:
Niasstraat 15
Amsterdam
1095 TT
Netherlands
Phone:
+31(0)206932210
Employees:
3
About:
We are a printing studio run by 3 women. We love to make beautiful cards on the Heideberg Windmill printing press. Our shop is open 5 day a week from 10.00 - 17.00 hrs and Saturday on appointment. We get our inspiration from our clients and from eachother. We try to design and print an unique peace of workshop for our customers so they are satisfied and happy.
Go Charlie
Go Charlie
Girl band
Girl band
Boy birth announcement
Boy birth announcement
Girl birth announcement
Girl birth announcement
Interview with Nicolien from Drukkerij Gilles Hassing
When did you start letterpress printing?: 
It's a family business, started in 1969, so we learned it when we were young
What do you like best about letterpress printing?: 
The real deal, what you see is what you get
What inspires you?: 
Our customers, our city, the people in our neighbourhood. Also we get inspired by eachother, we have lots of fun!
Which press(es), ink & paper do you usually use?: 
We have a Heidelberg Windmill from about 1967, a Polymero plate maker, an Rotaprint offset press and a digital printing press. We use mostly oud Hollands papier, Gmund cotton paper, Conqueror Verge or velijn, Crane Lettra, veile Holland katoen papier, eco Cairn and even paper with flower seeds so people go home with more than a card, they get poppys our meadowflowers.
How would you describe your artwork?: 
We go from classic dutch to modern print, from simple and sophisticated till funny and hip.
What kind of products do you create?: 
Birth announcements, wedding announcements, adresscards and we work for businesses making their homestyle
Do you offer custom work?: 
yes
Where can we buy your products?: 
www.geboortekaartenonline.nl
Do you offer workshops? If yes, what kind of?: 
No, but people are welcome to make a visit
Is there anything you wished you had known as a beginner?: 
No. We could ask everything and still we have contact with other printing shops and help eachother out when there are questions. So my advice is never be afraid to ask, and mistakes make you learn better!
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