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nss 09: enormous champion & burlington guide

by Grace Bonney

good morning! today i’m diving back into stationery and icff show coverage, as well as some regular wednesday content (stay tuned for a diy post at the end of the day). but i wanted to kick things off with images from the enormous champion booth at the national stationery show.

after running jordan and jason’s incredible brooklyn home, i’ve been getting tons of emails asking when their new work (including the ‘our love is here to stay’ poster) would be out- so i’m happy to share some images from their latest line, debuted this week at the nss.

i was particularly taken with their new tea towel designs (a nice extension of their pattern-based work) and their new animal pattern cards, which look like a graphic pattern from afar but when you look closely, reveal themselves as animal shapes repeated.

enormous champion also debuted wooden animal shapes, so there’s plenty to see for everyone. click here to check out their work online.

also– be sure to check out paige’s guest posts today- a guide to burlington, vermont (and some of its talented designers and artists!).


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