Their name was inspired by Bob Harrington and Horace Squires, compositors and letterpress tutors at Hornsey College of Art in the late 1960s. They think the resemblance is uncanny.
Harrington & Squires use both traditional letterpress printing as well as digital printing to produce products which feel, and look, very different from the mass-produced.
Their letterpress workshop in Tufnell Park, London is called The Corridor. It is 1.2 metres (or 288 picas) wide by 3 storeys high.