Iron presses print the typesetting into the finest papers. The genuine lead typesetting with its only slight shading and the embossed prints of metal plates that sink deep into the cotton cardboard reveal true craftsmanship.
Martin Z. Schröder, a native of Berlin, discovered his passion for the "black art of printing" at the age of fourteen. After completing his apprenticeship as a typesetter, he worked as a publisher and feature writer, among other things. In 1994, he founded his own workshop.