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  • Minneapolis heat wave!

    Summer has arrived in full force! With temps outside cresting 100 F, and all of the machines in our office running,  our little window air conditioner is struggling. This week the average temperature in the office has been 85 F, and some of the staff decided to express via a 'mask' how they felt about the balmy working conditions!

    Posted at July 5, 2012 | By : | Categories : Minneapolis Musings | 0 Comment
  • Summer in Minneapolis

    Summer has arrived in full force here in Minneapolis. Our little suburb of Robbinsdale is full of chirping birds, green grass and leaves, and flowering bushes. Down here in the print shop, we are humming right along with our little window air conditioner. This month’s projects include: 1) Quarterly mailings for an art teacher in Germany and missionaries in Austria. Not only can we print your newsletters, envelopes, donor cards, and other materials; we can also ...

    Posted at June 21, 2012 | By : | Categories : Art/Design,Fun Projects | 0 Comment
  • Printing in Minneapolis

    Some of the projects moving through Osterhus Printing in Minneapolis in the last few weeks: 1) A couple of design meetings with clients that are in the midst of wedding planning. It's that time of year again!  Invites, save the date cards, programs, name cards, RSVP cards, envelopes - we can help make your wedding printing a stress-free experience!  We have several different kinds of paper here to choose from, or you can bring your own ...

    Posted at April 23, 2012 | By : | Categories : Fun Projects | 0 Comment
  • Meet Ricoh from Minneapolis

    Hi. My name is Ricoh. I am a digital printer, and I live in the printshop at Osterhus Printing in Minneapolis, MN. I have my own corner of the shop, and two servants to do my bidding whenever I decide I need more ink or paper. I have lived here at Osterhus for a few years now, and overall, I like it a lot. I print a lot of business cards, flyers, postcards, and basically anything ...

    Posted at March 2, 2012 | By : | Categories : Ricoh's Ramblings | 0 Comment