Inspired by Things Organised Neatly, here is the first in what I hope will be a new series of my stationery organised neatly, by colour. First up, turquoise. This one was VERY easy for me, as most things I own are turquoise (this is just a small selection). Items are as follows: Stencil: Linex Standard Lettering… Read more »
I will be celebrating with lots of stationery related posts, as usual, so keep your eyes peeled!
Hello! Sorry I’ve been a bit quiet for a couple of weeks. It all got a bit busy, and then I was on holiday, skiing in the French Alps. Anyway, now I’m home, and back on it! The other day, a friend tweeted a link to this website (thanks Gav, if you read this!) and… Read more »
Ok, that doesn’t *quite* work, but I’m trying to illustrate is how brilliant these iPhone shaped notebooks are from Paperscreen, which I originally saw on Ed Jelley. Such a good idea. Very geeky, but I think it would look very satisfying on my desk! Would also be great if they provided an elastic so you could hold your… Read more »
My big brother is getting married tomorrow (!!) and in honour of this, and the fact that the wedding season has officially started, here are some of the internet’s best wedding cards: And so it’s not all too lovey DOVEy (^^^^ geddit?!)
This post was inspired by this cork globe: It was designed by Chiaki Kawakami for Suck UK and can be used as both a globe to document your travels on, or as a normal pin board. This got me thinking about push pins, and here are some of the best ones I found: These are… Read more »
Generally I think of clipboards as this: Now, there’s nothing wrong with that I suppose, but it’s pretty boring and doesn’t inspire me much. Then recently, I came across this picture… …and saw how great clipboards can look! They can be used really effectively to display things, whether it’s art; you could clip a print… Read more »
Am I going mental?! I have such a vivid memory of a Pilot Pen Set that my best friend got for Christmas when we were younger… Maybe 10 or, so this is mid ’90s. I was SO jealous. It was an assorted set that had every pilot pen you could possibly dream about… or at… Read more »
How great are these! And my favourite: Doo Daa Studios are based in Brooklyn, NY and I think their Moustache cards are prettttty fun! They’re a tad pricey at $5.50 each, but they do do a set of 8 for $27.50 (about £17).
I visited SMUG a few weeks ago to do a Lino printing workshop and slightly fell in love with it, so thought I’d go back for a proper visit last weekend. It’s in the lovely Camden Passage in Islington, and here is what it looks like: It’s run by Lizzie Evans (you can read all… Read more »