July 13, 2015 1 min read

Since our first son was born, we had played around with idea of starting a print/design shop that would focus on children, so that as our kids grow up, they can be engaged in what we do. When our first son, Luke, turned 4, we hand-made this book using large sheets of paper and our desktop Epson inkjet (2200). We folded the sheets in half and glued them together with ATG tape and when the book was finished, even though it was a bit rough around the edges (literally), the idea for Little Pulp really started to look realistic.



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