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330 articles written by Sarah

Evoking the idea of a never-ending ticker tape parade, lavish diamond dust portraits are just what their name describes — covered in glittering diamond dust. The rare printing technique was first made famous by Andy Warhol, who used them in his prints of Marilyn Monroe. It was a stroke of …

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If L.A.’s Iron Curtain Press is not on your radar, they should be. Their clever and very cool range of cards & prints is printed by hand by Rosanna and Joel Kvernmo on their 125-year-old letterpress. Check out their Etsy shop for these and many other irresistible finds. And, if you are lucky …

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I first came across the work of photographer Sarah Sloboda in 2010, when I was working on an article for Stationery Trends on The Brooklyn Pop-Up Wedding Series, a collaboration between The Wedding Library, 303Grand, Brooklyn Bride and Martha Stewart Weddings. The month-long event featured a bevy of promotions, including …

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The theme of Mohawk Maker Quarterly #4 is Community — an idea that has evolved over the past century. In the industrial age, people worked side by side to produce well-designed goods. In the information age, people worked in cubicles, connecting virtually with colleagues and clients. Now Mohawk believes we …

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I have always loved Redouté roses, so when this Botanical Vintage Roses Wedding Invitation popped into my in-box yesterday unexpectedly from Citrus Press Co., I was smitten. Designer Sarka Nicol explained that it’s been her most popular design this year. “I wish I knew the formula for having a bestseller but by …

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Being simultaneously sweet and clever, with an occasional snarky edge, is a hard line to negotiate — but Queenie’s Cards makes it look easy. The line is the brainchild of Queenie Best, who, tired of the mass-produced cards she received and purchased, decided to launch a line of her own. …

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Many times over the years, I have looked at amazing patterns on stationery & gift surfaces and thought to myself, these should be on wallpaper. Finally, that has happened — and I couldn’t have hoped for a more incredible release. Brimming with the metallic accents currently dazzling the stationery world, and screen-printed in Chicago, …

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