IS Projects is a public access printmaking and book arts studio located in sunny Fort Lauderdale, Florida. In addition to a fine art gallery, the studio houses letterpress, fine art printmaking and book arts equipment. They offer workshops, hourly studio rental, internships, book binding services, edition printing and commercial printing, and artists' residencies. They are also one of the organizers behind Small Press Fair Fort Lauderdale (SPF).
Print St. Pete offers community classes, rentable studio time, private events, and original letterpress goods. Our mission is to offer affordable, accessible letterpress education to our community as a way to preserve the craft while supporting a vibrant arts scene. They are one of the organizers behind St. Printersburg.
This collection is accessible at the University of Central Florida's Special Collections and University Archives in the John C. Hitt Library. Available materials include zines, manuscript collections, and ephemera relating to typography, book arts, graphic arts, and literature.
Part of USF's Institute for Research in Art, Graphicstudio invites emerging and established contemporary artists to produce limited edition print and sculpture multiples. Graphicstudio offers pre-arranged tours of its facility and opportunities for artists to research art-making techniques with new aesthetic expressions.
Special Collections at the University of South Florida maintains two book arts collections. One features American book arts, and the other features books from Ediciones Vigia, a book arts group based in Cuba.
The Tampa Book Arts Studio includes a working letterpress printshop with equipment from the 19th and early 20th centuries. The Book Arts Studio Library Collections are centered on the age of letterpress printing, with a special emphasis on private and independent presses with examples from more than 600 presses totaling more than 10,000 items. See the Tampa Book Arts Studio blog.