On The Wire: Designer to Watch, Jonna Twigg


Today, guest blogger, Sarah Schwartz, editor of Stationery Trends and The Paper Chronicles, chats with another of Stationery Trends’ Top Ten 2015 Designers to Watch about their career, inspiration and thoughts about paper.  Today, Sarah introduces us to Jonna Twigg of Twigg’s Bindery.

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Pretty Wicked Word Search Puzzles


Stimulate your brain and feast your eyes. This book is full of tricky word search puzzles that will test your knowledge and visual ability.

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Never Stop Exploring: The North Face


For over 40 years, The North Face has provided an authentic solution to the real needs of athletes. Named for the coldest, most unforgiving side of a mountain, The North Face® legend began, ironically, on a beach. More precisely, San Francisco’s North Beach neighborhood, at an altitude of only 150 feet above sea level. It was here in 1966 that two hiking enthusiasts resolved to follow their passions and founded a small mountaineering retail store. Soon thereafter, that little shop became known as The North Face, a retailer of high-performance climbing and backpacking equipment. Furthermore »

Living the Grand Life: Grand Hyatt Residences chooses Superfine


Remove the exquisite hard slip case and reveal the cover image—a detail from a lifestyle complex where “moments are defined by people and exceptional experiences, not things.” Furthermore »

The Ladies of Letterpress: News + A New Book Release

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The Ladies of Letterpress is an international community of letterpress printers and print enthusiasts. Founded in 2009 by Jessica White and Ksenyia Thomas, LoLP’s mission is to promote the art and craft of letterpress printing and to encourage the voice and creative vision of women printers. (Membership is open to both men and women.) The organization allows members to share advice, resources and inspiration – and aims to help members become self-sustaining printers. Furthermore »

3 things to do with books (other than the obvious)


Flipping through an illustrator or graphic designer’s sketchbook is like peering into their soul. You see the world as they see it. At a second glance at illustrator Julianna Brion’s sketchbook, you see something else, too. Illustrations meld literally on top of literature, as words peer out from the brightly colored gouache paint that she layers over the pages of books.

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