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11 articles tagged as hand-lettering

There’s so much about National Stationery Show that sets it apart from any other trade show, and even after attending for so many years, it’s hard to articulate these qualities to anyone who’s never attended. For four days in February, its aisles offer a dynamic haven for those who love …

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For the second year running, The Greeting Card Association has brought Thinking of You Week to vibrant life, so I’m here to remind you that surely there is at least one person out there who would love to hear from you. Before I continue with the guilt thumbscrews, however, let’s …

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It’s hard to believe that National Stationery Show opens its first-ever August doors in just a few short days. Part of what always makes the show special (and unlike any other I’ve encountered) is the unpredictable nature of its exhibitors. You never know just what fresh indie design you will …

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As the summer show season gears up, presses large and small are unveiling their new releases. And Helen Edna is no exception. The California house of letterpress, turning one year old this summer, is expanding its lovely range by six cards. Owner Lauren Rolph — who named her company in honor …

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With the new colocation of National Stationery Show with NY NOW, it seems a little surreal to be heading to New York City in February to see it all under one roof. But traveling to New York City I am — tomorrow in fact! — and I’ve got a bevy …

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If you’re a pad person — and frankly I don’t know how anyone gets things done without them — then you’ll find those from Antiquaria a must-have. Bailey and Emma’s notepads infuse function with the brand’s signature exquisite form as they tackle everything from shopping lists to calligraphy practice. Whether they’re hanging …

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