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Rossi 1931 has been a longtime supporter of Stationery Trends, but they recently reached out to me to review their luxe range here. Before I knew it, a huge box arrived on my doorstep from Italy, full of the most gorgeous Old World stationery you can imagine. I have covered them …

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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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Portland has given America so much in the past several years — Portlandia, moustaches, bicycles — not to mention lots and lots of letterpressers. Now stationer Karina Lopez of Darling Distraction has unveiled a stationery line that’s part Palm Beach, part Lisa Frank, part gold-foiled and completely adorable!  “When I …

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So I’ve finally sorted through at least part of my National Stationery Show photos — perfect timing, as I’m beginning to work on the Stationery Trends Fall issue, the focus of which is design. And I am finding myself dazzled all over again by these graphic finds! First up we …

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Good morning! Let’s get cracking on this last batch of National Stationery Show mailers! It’s a big one, so sit back & relax. First up we have Wishbone Letterpress, which promises not only wizardry and trickery, but paper sickery in Booth #2162. I love its stark, spellbinding simplicity. Jenipher of Nightly …

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The excitement surrounding all these National Stationery Show mailers is definitely contagious, so I’ve got a bunch more for you today! I always geek out over whatever Hammerpress has been up to, and this mailer is no exception. From the color palette (who knew mint, orange and blue could look …

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My philosophy on business cards is simple: One can simply never, ever have enough. This goes double if you juggle a few personas — you need to have a card at the ready for each. As a printed extension of the self, you want to leave a chic impression long after …

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