hangs alongside a poster for last year’s Smithsonian Folklife Festival created by Typecast with the Globe collection, in the same colorful, splashy style. Nearby, a display case includes coasters decorated with go-go dancers and motorcycle riders, both modern Typecast creations made with old Globe letterpress cuts. But not all the prints have this graphic look. Juan Logan’s beautiful “Ghosts” series, six black-and-white etchings printed by Litho Shop, have a luminous, mysterious depth reminiscent of organic forms submerged in fluid. And the voluptuous nudes in Joyce J. Scott’s monotype “Untitled,” from Goya, literally rise off the surface of the textured black paper. (It’s a piece one wants to touch, but fortunately for the artist, it is behind glass.) Steps away, a charming letterpress invitation booklet in faded blues and reds (by Gilah Press) provides the logistics for a fondue party.