national stationery show: personal favorites


The stationery show is always full of creative design, but it’s impossible for me to not have a few personal favorites that stand out not for trend or design purposes, but because I love them. Today’s final NSS post is all about the pieces I loved for personal reasons and that I hope to add to my ridiculous stationery collection soon. Thankfully I can hide my boxes full of cards at the office now and they no longer fall out onto the floor when someone walks into my home. Nursing a paper addiction is serious business. xo, grace


Images above: Awesome drink coasters (with illustrations based on drink names) and one heck of of a pretty booth at Rifle Paper Co.




Images above: Karolin Schnoor

Image above by Pei Design


Image above: The beets, mustard, fan and pancake cards are by Pie Bird Press (represented by Crow & Canary)


Image above: The Congrats Pretty Ladies/Handsome Couple are by Two Trick Pony (represented by Crow & Canary)


Image above: Oh Snap! by Fancy Seeing You Here



Images above: Gold Teeth Brooklyn


Image above: Hammerpress

Image above: Metallic Gold Wolf Journal by Little Lark (represented by Crow & Canary)

  1. Love the fish cards – who makes them?

  2. a rubino says:

    are you able to say the artists behind these beautiful works?

  3. Ana Carneiro says:

    wow, amazing postcards!

  4. Ami says:

    The “Oh Snap” card is hilarious! Would love to know who makes it!

    1. Amy Azzarito says:

      Hi Ami – It’s by Fancy Seeing You Here – http://fancyseeingyouhere.com/ – just added the link in. :)
      Thanks!
      Amy

  5. Emily says:

    Love the list matchbook idea. Not ‘FancySeeingYouHere’?

  6. Courtney says:

    The Bison Press items are now stuck in my brain. I don’t think I’ll rest happy until I pick up one of those gold and black notebooks.

  7. J9 says:

    Are the Brandy Alexander coasters from Rifle? Not for sale on their website! Do I have to…gasp!…wait or something? Grumble grumble! Oh just kidding no grumbles.

    1. Amy Azzarito says:

      j9 – Yup! The Cocktail Lady coasters are from Rifle. So cute!
      -Amy

  8. sarah says:

    Who makes the TAKE A HIKE card? Love it!

  9. Hannah says:

    Thanks for including Pie Bird Press! (mustard, beets, pancakes and fan)

  10. diana says:

    …I love all of it!

  11. Just a quick correction – the metallic wolf journal in the Crow and Canary booth is from Little Lark, not Lark Press. Thanks again for all the coverage of our designers!

  12. Grazina says:

    Pei was one of my favs at the show, it’s mislabled here as Bison Press – http://pei-design.com/

  13. Catherine @ Printerette says:

    I think the nautical/fish cards are by Pei Design. Loved her stuff! Great coverage of the NSS!

  14. jessica says:

    the “take a hike” card is by pepper press. love it!

  15. I’m a huge fan of Rifle Paper Co! Can’t get enough of those coasters and journals!

  16. These are So cool!! I would go crazy at a show like this!! Love the thick embossed cards and witty graphics! Love! Love!

  17. fawn says:

    Who is the artist behind the stunning black and gold fairytale notebooks?

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