Just when I thought I’d seen just about everything there is to see in the office stationery products category, I found Yaginoyama. Their stationery section has a few beautiful, unique products that I would love to own. Above – The Dog Ear Notebook – Each
Artist Veronica Corzo-Duchardt has been visually documenting the items in her grandfathers desk ever since he passed away in 2009. She describes her grandfather, Neche, as a Cuban Exile of Lebanese descent, accountant, collector, and sometimes thief. She began daily posts of the objects from
I’ve been thinking about how much I love security envelopes lately and Kristiina Lahde‘s work seals the deal. Check out her website for her other projects including the Hive made from phone books! I love this CTRL ALT DELETE installation made with computer paper draped
It’s a simple idea but man it makes envelopes look more fun! I got the idea from these Drop Around Window Envelopes I saw on UGUiSU. You can use an x-acto knife to cut any shapes you want, just stick a thick folded piece of
I mentioned this super cute recycled security envelope stationery set in a roundup a few months ago and ever since I saw it, I have been collecting security envelopes! I decided to make a few postcards because they are cheaper to send and I have
I tried to think of a better title but that really is the truth. Sharpie sent me a box of them while I was still in New York and I used them to death when we were moving. You can write on ANYTHING with them.
The Vetted stationery section is full of beautiful things. Which item is your favorite? I think the scissors are pretty crazy looking but would most likely settle for the kraft envelopes.