Category Archives: STATIONERY
I must say that there is something attractive about the concept of e-vites VS actual invites. This continues to be a running controversy in my head. The web designer in me says ‘print is dead’, ‘paperless is the way to … Continue reading
I discovered a talented illustrator named Asa Montenejo while perusing Etsy awhile back and have since been fascinated by the stationery in her shop on Etsy– Inkylivie. I caught up with her for a quick interview! It is always inspiring … Continue reading
It’s exciting to see a brand identity in all it possible forms. I am especially fond of the Butterfield Market logo by Mucca Design. Butterfield Market, established in 1915, is a family-owned grocer on the upper east side. They asked … Continue reading
I’d like to share the work of arguably my favorite wedding stationery company, Cheree Berry Paper. Cheree worked at Pentagram and Kate Spade prior to starting her own company. I love the bold colors and whimsical illustrations.
I’d like to share some illustrations by Anna Bond of Rifle Design. The drawings have an almost children’s book illustration kind of feel– loose and free. I like the hand-made quality of the lines– earthy and organic which is refreshing. … Continue reading
Ahh, letterpress. Such a small luxury. Even in this digital age there is truly something to said for the kinesthetic element of opening an acutal invitation. The total package of feeling and seeing a designed piece is something special. Mr. … Continue reading