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The Living New Deal lives on!

city lightsThe Living New Deal is a group dedicated to documenting, preserving and commemorating the legacy of the 1930s and the scope and impact of FDR’s New Deal on Americans’ lives and landscapes. The people at LND bring this history up to date as they attempt to educate today’s policymakers about the proven effectiveness of this economic model.

Inkworks is glad to be able to help this historical and visionary organization out with their printing! We’ve printed their postcards, a fantastic map detailing WPA art and architecture,  fundraising brochures, posters, and more.

Give Inkworks Press a call today to help get YOUR organization the collateral it needs to fundraise and get the word out! 510.845.7111 or


 July 3rd – July 10th

For the first time in 41 years, Inkworks is taking a summer vacation! We will be back at work on July 13th. If you have printing needs around that time, let us know in advance so we can meet your schedule. During our vacation our presses will not be running, but we will be checking email and phone.

Thank you for your support. We look forward to working with you this summer. To schedule your next print job, email us at, or give us a call at 510.845.7111.


Kudos to International Rivers!



Bittersweet, to see the final issue of World Rivers Review roll off the presses. This powerful review has been in print since 1985, and Inkworks Press is proud to have been a part of getting the word out there for such a great and effective organization dedicated to protecting rivers and appropriate freshwater management worldwide. Thank you International Rivers!

Congratulations to Ying Lee!

J10611_YingLee_CoverWe at Inkworks Press congratulate Ying Lee for being honored as Woman of the Year for Assembly District 15!

Ying has been an inspiration to all who have worked with her.  We are glad we can call her our friend; she was kind enough to write an introduction to one of the chapters in the Inkworks book: Visions of Peace and Justice.

We are also very happy that  we were able to print Ying’s memoir:  Ying Lee: From Shanghai to Berkeley. Keep up the great work, Ying!


We will have short hours between December 24 and January 1. We will be available at other hours by appointment, so if you need to come in later or earlier, just give us a call at 510.845.7111, and we will happily make arrangements.


CLOSED December 24 and 25
OPEN 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. December 26, 27, 30, and 31
CLOSED January 1

Thank you, and enjoy the winter break!