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Over the years, I’ve noticed an interesting mob mentality to trade shows, namely, if you are walking a fairly quiet aisle and see a crowd in a booth, you’re going to stop and see what it’s about — regardless of what’s being sold! That’s just human nature, but it’s no …

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My first exposure to Alice in Wonderland came via the Disney movie around the age of 5. My grandfather took me to see it at a now-closed movie theatre —a plush red velvet paean to 70s design called the Vogue — and I was pretty much terrified throughout, beginning with …

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There is definitely a big buzz going on around Rifle Paper Co. — not that it ever goes away completely. All the LOUIE Awards judges last week at NY NOW were completely gaga over their new planners — and I was lucky enough to get a quick viewing just as the …

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For many a small stationery designer, getting an order from Greer CHICAGO is a major milestone on the road to success. It was founded by Chandra Greer with a big-picture goal to “create a place whose purpose was steadfastly positive, a place devoted to good design, good feelings, intelligent thought and …

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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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So many LOUIE finalists, so little time — just under a month, in fact, until the gala on May 18, at Manhattan’s Espace. I’m loving the pool and gold foil combo on this design from Sugar Paper Los Angeles, a finalist in the Friendship/Encouragement (General) category (Above $3.50). The shiny herringbone envelope liner and chunky, …

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Years ago, I seriously considered opening a gift store, and read up on several successful shop owners. “Never listen to naysayers,” said one, and though I never opened that store, I decided there and then to do just that. Maybe that’s part of the reason why I find the story …

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