Arsenal-handicraft_process

Dennis and Christina believe in the tradition of the old school: slow crafting in small batches by hand. Each and every one of their paper products is touched by their four hands, starting as a sketch, digitized on the computer and translated onto screens for printing. Christina custom mixes all of the ink colors, allowing them to experiment with more unusual shades, like glow-in-the-dark pigments. Once the design and colors are finalized, the prints are pulled on the press, one sheet at a time, one color at a time. The time spent is well worth it—their finished artwork has incredible depth and sharp details, the layers of ink easy to mistake for photographs.