Print historian and former Inkworker Lincoln Cushing has authored an article about the closure of Inkworks Press, published in the East Bay Express on February 10, 2016. Follow the link to this excellent and informative article here.
Inkworks Press has closed our business as of 12/31/2015.
We are referring new work to Community Printers. They have opened a Berkeley office staffed by long time Inkworker Ranil Abeysekera. Community Printers is a worker-managed cooperative and union shop that provides high quality digital, offset and wide-format printing as well as bindery, fulfillment and packaging services. They will continue Inkworks’ history of collaboration with Design Action Collective and New Solidarity.
For all new estimates and any questions you may have, please contact Ranil:
ranil [at ] comprinters.com / 510.455.2700
We are also referring customers to former Inkworker Wakean MacLean and New Solidarity for union-made buttons, stickers, business forms and other specialty promotional materials. Please contact Wakean at info [at] newsolidarity.com / 510-652-2076
For updates and background please continue to visit our website.
Thanks for your support over the years.
We look forward to seeing you at our grand finale party early 2016