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If L.A.’s Iron Curtain Press is not on your radar, they should be. Their clever and very cool range of cards & prints is printed by hand by Rosanna and Joel Kvernmo on their 125-year-old letterpress. Check out their Etsy shop for these and many other irresistible finds. And, if you are lucky …

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I recently had the chance of getting better acquainted with StationeryHQ & their services when putting together the spring issue of Stationery Trends. That edition features a Behind the Scenes story (unfortunately not printed in its entirety in the ST archives — though you can subscribe or contact Great American Media Services for a …

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I first came across the work of photographer Sarah Sloboda in 2010, when I was working on an article for Stationery Trends on The Brooklyn Pop-Up Wedding Series, a collaboration between The Wedding Library, 303Grand, Brooklyn Bride and Martha Stewart Weddings. The month-long event featured a bevy of promotions, including …

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The theme of Mohawk Maker Quarterly #4 is Community — an idea that has evolved over the past century. In the industrial age, people worked side by side to produce well-designed goods. In the information age, people worked in cubicles, connecting virtually with colleagues and clients. Now Mohawk believes we …

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Stationery design in the U.K. is so interesting lately — I love coming across quirky fresh designs from on-the-rise houses like Big Jon. According to his ‘about’ page, not only is he 6’5″ — his first word was apparently MOMA! His new Palm Springs collection provides an original take on the bright colors and patterns …

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Stationery can be fashionable, but a range created by a top fashion designer — in this case It Girl Charlotte Ronson — elevates the medium into an entirely new realm. The bright florals, velvet, lace, sophisticated graphics and undercurrent of wit that characterizes her runway apparel has been transmitted into her fabulous …

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Sometimes simple is best, especially when conveying a difficult message. For that reason I love these pared-down, striking selections from Penelope’s Press. All three cards, p.s. have patience, p.s. i am sorry, and p.s. you were right are letterpressed by hand in black ink & paired with gray envelopes. $4. Did you …

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