(CNN) — The hum of the letterpress presses provides a blanket of white noise as the printers and designers at Hatch Show Print, the 138-year-old print shop in downtown Nashville, bustle atop the hardwood floors.
"We're still doing what we did 138 years ago," said shop manager Celene Aubry. "Hatch is a living museum."
Today Hatch continues putting its solid imprint on Nashville and entertainment history, blending the time-honored letterpress tradition with contemporary cool.
Best known for its exhaustive resume of concert posters, Hatch rose in reputation as the visually creative and promotional counterpart for shows featuring an array of iconic acts. Think Loretta Lynn to Led Zeppelin, Elvis Presley to Elvis Costello and Bessie Smith to Moby. Read More . . . .