How can you not fall in love with the beauty of letterpress when you see the work of Mama’s Sauce, a gourmet design and print shoppe based out of Orlando, Florida. Beyond that tactile feel of the paper, the studio itself is founded on principles of fine craft and excellent execution—making a name for themselves.

The business is the brainchild of Nick Sambrato, who spoke at our February edition of CreativeMornings/Orlando on investing in your community’s creative capital: its people.

Watch his talk here.


Remembering this fun little photo shoot from a couple months ago for 225 Magazine! Thanks to photographer Allie Appel for catching these memories! 

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The dudes at Mama’s Sauce had the bright idea to whip up some limited edition artprints to sling at Creative South this year. I was lucky enough to be included in this three-part artist series along with the magnanimous Dave Quiggle and the stupendous Clark Orr!

My contribution is a pirate ship being attacked by a giant squid. I had so much fun developing all these little characters. I think the diver is my favorite.


Mama’s Sauce.

Source: Mama’s Sauce