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nss preview: small square design + linea carta

by Grace Bonney

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every year i’m like a kid in a candy store when it comes to the national stationery show. it’s an entire show full of beautiful paper goods, friendly people and the occasional tray full of cupcakes and sweet treats. what’s not to like? another part of the nss i love is when artists team up together in booths to show their collections together. and this year basak from small square design and diva from linea carta will be showing together. so i thought i’d share highlights from their new collections (i am loving diva’s new textiles!), set to debut this weekend! click here to see more of basak’s work, and here to see more of diva’s in the meantime. and if you’re visiting the show, drop by booth #1953 to see the girls and the work in person. thanks diva and basak! [image above: small square design]

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[images above: textiles (love them!) and calendars from linea carta]

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