|when egg press founder tess darrow's cards made a splash at a spontaneously attended trade show, she knew she was onto something. a printing class in 1994 gave darrow the letterpress bug, and by 2000 the bug became a business: darrow leaped from textile designer to greeting card impresario. egg press cards, handcrafted on antique presses, deftly combine elements old and new. vibrant geometric patterns or sweet, clean-edged animal designs mingle with delicate, unique colors. the finishing touch is the old-fashioned image transfer method, employing heavy machinery and metal to create an impression you can see and feel.