Picturing the fun stuff to come

One of the best things about having all this fun printing equipment is that when time permits we are able to make fun things for ourselves. So, consider this your fair warning that in addition to printing your goods, Mama’s Sauce will also be producing all sorts of short run items for you to buy and to have. Whatever it is that we dream up and do – can and will be found on our Sundries page.

And, with the soft-launch of the site, we’ve already put a few things up for you.

The photo booth picture frame collection is a line that we’re pretty excited about.
As of right now we have a few designs up from some of our favorite artists, Rifle Paper Co. being one. I know what you’re thinking, and yes, these will make great stocking stuffers. They will also be available as a custom printed product after the site leaves beta and goes full on double live in December… Planning to have a photo booth at your wedding? Yeah, exactly.

Request a quote for your custom design idea here.
You can also buy these designs from our Sundries store here.

The Poster Cause Project

A few months ago a guy named Anthony contacted us about full color poster rates for a website that uses limited poster releases to raise money for assorted charities. Using the arts for good. Well, the designs started coming in from Anthony and we printed them… And, it seems that it was a hit.

The Poster Cause Project is it’s name, and it’s the newest, greatest place to shop for your wall art. It’s super easy shop and just as easy to see just how well each poster does by it’s respective beneficiary.

As far as I know, we’re their official printer, and we couldn’t be more proud to take part in what they do.
Take some time to see just what it is that they do.

www.thepostercauseproject.com

The sweet sound of vinyl and how we help it come to life.

You know what I’m stoked on lately? No, not calypso music and sweater capes (though both have their place), but rather my vinyl collection. After spending years of scouring thrift stores, garage sales, record shops and distant relative’s basements – I have finally amassed a collection that I’m happy with. What happens next here makes me sad though. A leak. A tragic roof leak at the shop a few weeks back. Not only did it ruin some finished prints, but it also got into a room that held my entire collection… Boxed and waiting to move into my soon to be completed/newly renovated bedroom, said collection incurred a blow of epic proportions… Specially to the box holding L-R. Think about it. Led Zeppelin’s entire catalog. The Rollingstone’s (RIP Let it Bleed). Gonezo. So sad. Yet in it’s wake I have found comfort from the following:

1. The Otis Redding collection was at my desk. It is safe and sound.
2. We birth LPs to life daily here at the sauce. Countless records have seen the light of day with our help.

In the wake of a loss I see hope in new life as we print, die-cut, and ship brave new artist’s vinyl pressed music packaging out into a world of bursting pipes and rain storms – both crouching and waiting to wreak nature’s version of LP population control upon them one day. When and if it does – we will still be here waiting to help bring forth the scores of replacement jackets that will be needed.

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