I have never been to AIGA Design Conference, but I suspect that this announcement from Mohawk was the talk of this year’s edition a few weeks back! The ambitious and expansive Make With Mohawk Campaign is multi-faceted, with both online and offline components creating one very dynamic and inspiring whole. …

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Ok, who among you has been decluttering with KonMari? Personally, I organized my entire house last summer, not unlike an OCD reverse version of Pig Pen from Peanuts. Each day I would tear through a closet, chest of drawers, or what have you — but such is the never-ending advent …

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So, here’s another fabulous range, that, like pennies from heaven, just popped into my in-box. So I’m thrilled to introduce you to Victrola Design, an Austin-based stationery range created by Victoria Corbett. I’m not sure what I adore more about these — the fact that they is so beautifully screen-printed, …

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It’s been over a month now since National Stationery Show closed its inaugural February doors, and the news that it will return in August is still sinking in! As we prep for the next edition (just around the figurative corner) I wanted to take a look back to review some …

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This International Women’s Day, let’s not overlook all those great women-owned businesses out there — and I can’t think of a better one to highlight than Shades of Expression Designs. Run by three generations of women, this enterprise is a face of the American dream come alive. And, its newest …

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There’s still something about a brand new stationery range being released into the wide old world that is so intriguing to me. At its conception, a new collection is fresh from the maker’s heart, untouched by what is selling through or feedback from retail clients. Don’t get me wrong, these …

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This morning I’ve got a real treat — a beautiful guest post from Deborah Hefter, founder of Envelopments Paper & Print. If you’re not familiar with the brand and what they create in regards of stationery and invitations, it’s time to change that. And it’s not a bit surprising that the woman behind …

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