It’s not every day that you get to sit down with a living letterpress legend, hear his life story, and run one of his posters. But then again, Amos Paul Kennedy, Jr is not your everyday kind of guy. He’s the kind of guy who hung up his white collar job and risked poverty because he happened to fall in love with a letterpress machine. He’s the kind of guy whose subversive works of art have simultaneously inspired and infuriated thousands. He’s also the kind of guy who wears overalls and pink shirts just to ruin his own stereotype. And he’s definitely the kind of guy that you should seize the opportunity to meet.