An obscure constellation created by Johann Ehlert Bode during the late eighteenth century. It was another constellation that was made in order to honor one of the machines used to create scientific advancements, the printing press. Officina Typographica appeared on a least one other star atlas, but was quickly forgotten by astronomers. It was located in a section of the sky just east of the bright constellation of Canis Major, the great dog. This spot is officially recognized as the location of the constellation of Monoceros, the unicorn.