Designers are a group known for their passion for print. For many, few things are more exciting than unwrapping the package from the print shop to see their design finalized for the first time. It can be seriously rewarding to feel the weight and cut of the paper, smell the fresh ink and finally hold it in their hands. It’s important to work with a print shop that knows their stuff, and Mama’s Sauce is one that comes highly recommended.
Mama’s Sauce is a boutique spot-color shop that specializes in custom printing on letterpress, screenprint and hot foil. They’re trusted by some of our favorite designers around the world, and last year, they set up shop at Adobe MAX for the first time.
We’re excited to welcome them back to the pavilion floor this year, where they’ll open up both letterpress and screenprint stations to the MAX attendees. What will you be able to print onsite? You’ll have to join us at MAX to find out. You can also join their founder, Nick Sambrato, for his MAX session, Ten Designers That Changed My Life, where he’ll discuss the print projects that helped shape his passion and career.
We thought we’d give you a behind the scenes look at the Mama’s Sauce print shop – so that you could see the entire digital to analogue experience and get a feel for how things are done. Take a look at the video from our friends there: