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Make a confetti filled bow! Found at Hello Sandwich Beautiful paper creations at the Finders Keepers Market – see more on Daily Smudge Things to think about when designing your office space – by Office Snapshots The wonderfile! Never heard of it before but man, they look convenient (and dorky.) Buy one here How green [keep reading...]

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Happy Halloween to everyone! I apologize that this post is so late into the weekend. Once October hits there are so many activities and plans. So hard to balance it all! I also am sorry to say that this post has an excessive amount of videos. Look out! How to eat your food during the [keep reading...]

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Check out the colored pencils on her scarf! From Hanneli Pac Man Notebooks! I want these Moon Walker from Upon a Fold! ‘One small piece of paper for man, one giant leap for mankind’ Playing with colors! On Sketch-Books Great strategies for marking different items on Unclutterer Collection of Vintage Office Supplies Collection of Vintage [keep reading...]

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Office Supply Sculptures Straight from Stoney Brook

Everyday I’m more amazed how many artists and normal people use office supplies. Man we are creative! I just discovered George Hart (his site is addicting. so many awesome projects to look at!) who has made so many mind boggling sculptures out of sooo many different things. Including office supplies of course! 72 Pencils – [keep reading...]

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A few months ago we blogged about decorating your fridge with post-it notes. Design*Sponge had a great interview this week with David Stark (the post-it note fridge guy) about some of his favorite supplies and the way he organizes his time. (He likes recycled post-it notes and Ampad Notepads!) Girls Gone Green – a great [keep reading...]

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FIT Students and Gruppo Cordenons Make Paper Fashionable

Here’s the story: Six FIT students designed and modeled their paper garment creations in response to a request from the Italian premiere paper manufacturer Gruppo Cordenons located in Milan. Their representative, Ellen Van Zandt, met with Marilyn Hefferen, the Fashion Design Department’s Contest Coordinator, and then organized the participating students from the third and fourth [keep reading...]