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On The Wire: Designer to Watch, Emily Ley

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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 Emily Ley, creator of the Simplified Planner.

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New England Science & Sailing Makes a Memorable Impression

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The New England Science and Sailing Foundation (NESS) with locations in Stonington, CT, Westerly, RI, and satellite locations across New London, CT (Ocean Beach Park, Bennie Dover Jackson Middle School, Greens Harbor Beach, and Mitchell College) is a non-profit organization that engages children and adults in ocean-based experiential learning opportunities to build confidence, teamwork, and leadership skills.

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Happy 75th, Print Magazine!


This year marks the 75th Anniversary of Print Magazine. As the longest-running stateside graphic design publication, and one of the most popular and widely-read magazines serving the design industry, it is no surprise that they have chosen to celebrate by asking 75 of today’s most talented creatives to design the word “print” in their own style, with no direction beyond basic specs. Furthermore »

This new Swatchbook is Superfine


Attention Superfine fans: the newly redesigned Superfine Swatchbook is here and is eager to get in your hands.

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The story of Superfine


This is a story about a legendary paper that has shaped 20th Century graphic design and redefined the digital age.

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Designed to Communicate Style & Adventure: AEV Filson Edition Brochure


Filson and AEV combined their American manufacturing expertise to produce two limited edition off-road vehicles designed to inspired outdoor adventurers.  The AEV Filson Brute Double Cab and AEV Filson Wrangler vehicles are the culmination of durability, refinement, and American-made quality. This is definitely not your father’s car (to paraphrase a popular Oldsmobile tagline). And definitely not the car brochure of days past.

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