Marilyn and John Neuhart needed a logo for The Hand Press, their new garage-based printing business that they started in 1957. After a few protracted battles about whose hand (Marilyn's right or John's left), Marilyn won the right to be the model and John won the right to create the difficult lockup with the sorts that came with their new press. The last five decades have seen the logo used for everything from bookplates to business cards and now enjoys this serigraphic glory.
All serigraphs are hand printed to order and will ship separately from your other items. The serigraphs may arrive several days after your other items.