Fred & Bell Stickers

Seeing people you know from the blogging community starting up their own thing is so exciting AND inspiring, and it’s even better when it’s something I can blog about! And so, here is Fred & Bell, created by Leanne Beale who blogs at This Little Space of Mine. I know Leanne from having “met her” on… Read more »

Book Review: Nib & Ink

A couple of weekends ago, I managed to actually sit down for two afternoons in a row and work my way through Nib & Ink, Chiara Perano’s modern calligraphy book. You may have seen Chiara’s work before through her company, Lamplighter London. I should preface this review by saying using the book wasn’t my introduction to… Read more »

Taab London

You may have seen me mention TAAB London a couple of times before, but I’ve been meaning to properly feature them ages! The designs are the work of London based Thomasin Arnold-Baker, who train at Central St. Martins. They sent me an intro package a little while ago, and as I keep using all the bits… Read more »

Moustache Stationery: Bullet Journaling

I’m a bit late on this one but I still wanted to share April’s Moustache Stationery box because it was a really good one! The first thing that struck me was the new packaging, with these stationery graphics that I think are on point. The content was focussed on giving you everything you need to… Read more »

Pencil Shaving Flowers by Haruka Misawa

A photo posted by Haruka Misawa (@misawadesigninstitute) on Mar 5, 2016 at 5:57am PST Via Colossal, I saw these beautiful paper sculptures by Japanese designer Haruka Misawa. You can read about the idea behind it here, but essentially she noticed when sharpening pencils that the shavings resembled flowers and decided to try and reconstruct this… Read more »

Stationery Organised Neatly: All White?

Today’s Stationery Organised Neatly is concentrating on all white everything. I knocked this one up in a bit of a hurry, and it’s not one of my best… But still, I think it shows off a nice selection of white things. Items as follows: (from top left): Vintage labels from Present and Correct (featured on… Read more »

Christian Faur: Portraits from Crayons

Just a very quick one from me today. I saw this very cool video and thought I’d share. Christian Faur packs crayons into boxes to create images, as if each crayon nib (or end) is one pixel. Pretty amazing, right? You can find out more about his crayon work here, and get some insight into his… Read more »

Diamine Orange: Mini Review

This is my second experience of a Diamine ink. You can see my review of the Beethoven dark green here. The orange is another shade that I got in my Wick & Hide ink sample package. It’s also my first ever orange fountain pen ink. I wouldn’t normally go for an orange, it’s just not… Read more »