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For those of you who saw my review of the incredible Ladies of Letterpress book last week, you may recall the lovely work I featured from Robinson Press. That shop, located outside Boston, is the brainchild of Rachel Robinson. Rachel told me she worked for years in various capacities with John Derian (a …

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I’ve waxed eloquent about the British design invasion arriving stateside, well, not so surprisingly it’s also reached the streets of Paris. Roisin Astell is a 22-year-old English girl who quite simply, moved to the City of Love and fell in love herself. Inspired by her Paris wanderings and her passion for photography, …

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Crisp, clean and very lighthearted, Design With Heart is a new stationery line giving a firm nod toward Marriage Equality, LGBT lives and universal love. Very editorial in feel (I think we just selected some of those same fonts for Stationery Trends headlines), it has already been picked up by several …

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It’s always a good time to revisit National Stationery Show, as four days a year just doesn’t cut it in my book. So, let’s review some more favorites, shall we? Hartford Prints knows how to insert the just the right amount of sarcastic edge, in letterpress no less. You can shop selections …

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I am one of those people who enjoy the occasional scary horror movie from the safety of my couch — and now Tightrope Press has come up with the greeting card equivalent. These look like nice houses, right? Wrong! These meticulously rendered drawings by Marisa de la Peña actually replicate …

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