Someone News: Design, Events, Fine Press

Stores: opening and updated

At Someone we produce articulate brand and hi-test web site experiences using the latest and most current software for our clients: We support their business goals and provide customer-relationship building tools that work like an extra set of hands on staff.

Someones also love to make letterpress art: Until now, the two sides of the work we love remained separated, but the connections – great design and creative – along with the current popularity of letterpress, hand made products, have finally brought the two offerings together and made them available to everyone.

Also, through the last few years, we've been re-igniting our long-time expertise and reputation for publishing Canadian authors in limited edition collections and producing fine print objets d’art. We'll continue to add to our accomplishments and Someone's inventory of fine press literary publishing, besides fulfilling on Someone's day to day mandate to produce the best in Content Management System [CMS] and e-commerce-enabled web site production.


We’re showcasing all parts of the someone print and design operation!
Visit our re-designed store online, and drop in to the Someone’s letterpress storefront at 1691 Dundas Street West.   

Hand printed business cards for Provenance added the tactile personal touch to the robust and seamless functionality and brand presence of the Provenance web site.

Touchwood’s stationery, printed with traditional letterpress on one side and sporting the shiny plastic coating of thermography on the other, provides a dramatic effect.

Someone’s back-list of fine print publications and ephemera is growing more accessible. We have added a few more rare creations from yesteryear now available in the online store and in the Dundas West shop.

New print products developed with a combination of archival engravings, wood and lead type, and a range of brand new, digitally generated graphics are providing local and hand made urban cool to satisfy the inclinations of downtown gift and poetry purchasers.

Finally, you’ll find 'Thank you' comes in three languages and several different styles...

Whether you want to order the cards online or come by to see the press working and the web builders ensconced in programming and design, Someone welcomes a broader integrated audience to our new digs!

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