You might think that “debossing” is some sort of revolutionary employment tactic. And perhaps it is. But it’s also “the reverse of embossing, or the use of heated dies to stamp or press a depressed image into a substrate.” It turns out that if you take an engraving, like the Reinvented logo I had made for letterpress printing and don’t apply any ink to it, you can press it into dampened paper with the force of a letterpress and get something that looks like this:

Reinvented Debossing


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