interviews

The Filson Brand: Stewards of Heritage

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Filson is a heritage brand known for rugged and good-looking outdoor gear. Everything about Filson—its identity, stories and products—makes a lasting impression. We asked creative director, Alex Carleton, why Filson is so enduring.

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On the Wire: Paperless Post goes paperless to paper to back again

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Today, guest blogger, Sarah Schwartz, editor of Stationery Trends and The Paper Chronicles, chats about the importance of communicating beautifully in both print and digital mediums with Christina DesVaux of Paperless Post.

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The Craft of Wood Engraving

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Wood engraving is one of the earliest forms of illustration for books and newspapers. Prior to the invention of modern day photography and printing technology, an artist would painstakingly engrave an image by hand-cutting detailed grooves into a wood block, add ink, and gently apply pressure to achieve a printed image.

Over time, the process of printing has become much more efficient with the development of new technologies, yet for many, the process of wood engraving has endured as a creative form and artistic endeavor. 

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On the Wire: Anna Bond’s journey into the marvelous unknown

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Today, guest blogger, Sarah Schwartz, editor of Stationery Trends and The Paper Chronicles, profiles Anna Bond of Rifle Paper Co., kicking off the 69th annual National Stationery Show.

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On the Wire: Celebrating World Stationery Day with Thornwillow

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Today, guest blogger, Sarah Schwartz, editor of Stationery Trends and The Paper Chronicles, profiles Luke Pontifell and Thornwillow Press to celebrate the First Annual World Stationery Day.

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WOODCHUCK’ing the World

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WOODCHUCK describes itself as “a proud American company that is dedicated to bringing nature back to people, jobs back to America, and quality products back to consumers.”

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