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Hot Summer Stationary!

Tuesday, July 6, 2010 · 5 Comments

We are in the dog days of summer… already! Yuck. On a happier note, here’s some great summer stationary available online. As I’ve mentioned before, many uber-talented artists and illustrators have their own or contribute to stationary lines. There is just a fantastic amount of beautiful, small-batch products to chose from. For more on my favorite stationers, click here.

In addition to the companies I profiled above, here are some others worth checking out:

Able & Game

Blackbird Letterpress

Enormous Champion

Ink & Iron

Ink & Wit

Linda & Harriett

Pistachio Press

Red Cap

Rifle Design

Studio Olivine

Screech Owl Design

Sycamore Street Press

Vandalia Street Press

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5 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Ink & Iron // Aug 3, 2010 at 11:16 am

    […] found these letterpress cards by Ink & Iron on Art Hound. They’re super clever and the muted colors give them a vintage […]

  • 2 Lucas // Dec 27, 2014 at 4:23 am

    Seattle is about 4 hours north and a bit east of me, but not too far to go for a special event! I will let a frined know and perhaps we can come and listen to your talk. Be sure to bring your rain gear and January is crab season in this part of the world, so if you like seafood it’s a great time to visit. By the way, I love the way you portray bears. This tiny peninsula is two miles wide and 29 miles long and we have a resident black bear population of over 700. They are daily visitors to my yard, unsuspecting drawing models and I love them for their wildness, the curiosity in their eyes, their shyness and patience they show to their cubs.

  • 3 Open // Apr 3, 2015 at 7:00 pm

    Sure I’ll join the cause. It’s not a problem for me as I ardaely am a deal hunter. I guess it’s a hobby. I’m your guy is if you need a deal hunter for electronics. Sounds like fun. But how do I join?Current score: 0

  • 4 auto insurance // Apr 5, 2015 at 3:43 am

    Hey Nick.Thanks for your great tuts! I’ve learnt so much this way!I looked through the comments and your post, but i couldn’t find an answer on how this great realistic »gums-stick-against-glas-look« is done. (In your picture above these comments) Perhaps I’ve overlooked something.Are there two spheres with different refractions and some gums stick through the inner one… or… or… i don’t know. it looks so damn realistic… Greetz from Hamburg

  • 5 Kayo // May 3, 2015 at 8:42 pm

    Hi, Cassie I’m a fairly new reaedr and wanted to let you know how much I enjoy your blog! Reading about your transition into freelance is pretty inspiring and I just really like your taste in design, art, etc. Keep it up.

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