MissingQ Press has returned to Dallas.
Services include custom invitations and stationery, and monogramming.
It’s official: MissingQ Press is no longer missing. When a darling letter-pressed bunny arrived in the mail, inviting us to “Have your peeps call our peeps,” we rang up MissingQ owner and creative director Jason McDaniel.
“I’m so glad to be back in Texas!” he told us.
After living in Kansas City for the last few years, McDaniel has brought his luxurious letterpress and engraving biz back to Dallas and opened a chic new West Dallas studio. By appointment only, and with all production handled on site, MissingQ’s new digs are a departure from his former retail boutique in McKinney.
While the same beloved MissingQ services are offered — graphic design, custom invitations and stationery, monogramming, letterpress printing, and engraving — the space will now play host to private Letterpress Parties, where one can sip champagne and customize one’s own calling cards, tags, coasters, and more.
McDaniel is also designing new boxes for his Bespoke Stationery collection. “I’m hoping people will want to collect them, like they do the Ladurée macarons boxes,” he says.
He’s also collaborating with Ellis Hill on a range of soon-to-debut invitations and products exclusively for the tony Highland Park Village boutique.
MissingQ Press, 9978 Monroe Dr., 214.673.8857.