Reynaldo Terrazas founded The Griffin Company in Oakland in the 1960's, hand-manufacturing artist’s printing presses for etching, intaglio and lithography processes. Terrazas’s mission was to provide a West Coast resource for affordable, aesthetic, and innovative presses. Griffin presses have been used by major artists and printing studios, and included in many prestigious academic program facilities. His iconic presses have been exhibited in the Venice Biennale (1968) and included in the Smithsonian Museum’s permanent collection.
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