by Laura Hutson
Bryce inherited his first printing press from his uncle, and his studio now houses several of the enormous contraptions, each of which weighs several tons. But there's enough levity in his studio to outweigh the machinery — archives packed in old Mickey's malt liquor boxes, 1970s-era children's toys, antiquated scientific tools, and about as much patriotic imagery as anyone could ever hope for. I stopped by to catch up with Bryce and see how the new location was coming together. Check out some pictures I took after the jump.