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Most people don’t think about calendars for the upcoming year until fall or thereabouts, but in these parts it’s never too early! Especially when the calendar in question is the potent new 2018 Desktop Calendar from Sky of Blue Cards. Inspired by classic cocktails, each month features a carefully rendered and …

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To me there’s nothing more inherently American than stationery — after all, what other design enterprise can be started at a kitchen table with the aid of a printer? small cloud shop is just such a endeavor, begun by illustrator Theresa Hutch in Minneapolis, and printed with the help of …

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Welcome to TPC’s fourth installment of the National Stationery Show’s Insider Guide. First up are picks from Chelsea Shukov of sugar paper los angeles. That famed posh house of paper will be in Booth 2334 with these brass goodies to dress one’s desk — as well as lots of other fabulous finds, no …

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Ready for some Tuesday morning eye candy? Check out these new Pattern Packs from Xenia Taler. They’re designed to be kept on hand to suit a variety of occasions, with beguiling imagery drawn from Xenia’s extensive archive of original hand-painted tiles. I think you’ll agree that there’s a real hoarding danger here, …

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Welcome to TPC’s third installment of the National Stationery Show’s Insider Guide. In the spotlight today: Smudge Ink! This Boston house of letterpress and stationery has a major announcement, co-founder Kate Saliba told me. “We’ve been in transition, as Deb [Bastien] and I sold Smudge Ink. Yes, big news! After much consideration, we decided …

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I’ve come to realize that “stationery subscription service” is just another term for a passion project. Each assemblage of goodies has been specially considered by an artistic mind somewhere, and as a result these creations resonate far more in toto than individually. Take Paper By Parcel, which describes itself as “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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