interrobang letterpress operates out of an inconspicuous house in the Stonybrook neighborhood of JP. You won't hear these presses running. They're designed to print practically forever, and they raise only the slightest clatter with machinery that is reminiscent of steamboats, locomotives and the industrial beauty of the Victorian era.
The interrobang is a punctuation mark indicating a combined sense of question and incredulity. Created in 1962, it is an elegant and precise solution for expressing one of modern life's most common sentiments and frequently used phrases, "what the f..." It is literally the combination of the question mark and the exclamation point. It is rarely used, although stymied writers who aren't familiar with the mark will use the exclamation point and the question mark in sequence?! And often in multiples???!!!