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Card trends ebb and flow, and honestly, I thought photography on cards was a quirky niche, that is until I got acquainted with The Pen + Piper. Now I am questioning everything I thought I knew about the stationery market, which is frankly what I love about it: Just when …

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What better way to kick off 2020 than with a really exquisite collaboration? Hartland Brooklyn is the brainchild of Emily Johnson, while Helen Dealtry has been designing textiles for the worldwide market for over a decade. The two met years ago, by chance. After earning her B.A. in the UK, …

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I always refer to envelopes as humble, but really they are deceptively simple items holding endless potential and promise. They can be lined, adorned with vintage stamps, addressed in a beautiful brush script — the possibilities are only limited by the imagination (and occasionally the USPS). With that said, envelopes …

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To stationery stalwarts, Egg Press is to letterpress cards what, say, Coach is to handbags: They helped redefine a then-forgotten object to a new glory. The Portland house of letterpress not only churns out a vibrant and rather prolific range of cards, art prints and gift wrap, they also quietly …

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So, today I am 50 — and, as my (older) brother helpfully pointed out, I actually started my 50th year on my last birthday, so technically this one is not that big a deal. Despite that, this is a hard trip around the sun to greet with my usual insouciance, followed …

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One of my favorite spots at National Stationery Show this past February was Emerging Designers — and one of the brightest spots there was Talfoto! Tal Shpantzer’s ethereal blooms have a timeless, painterly quality to them, but they are meticulously photographed at her Greenpoint studio in Brooklyn. I interveiwed Tal …

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