Wednesday, May 21, 2008

NYC Stationery Show: Part 2

Now to continue with more goodies from the Stationery Show.

I was delighted to see that Charley Harper Studios put out a bunch of cards of his posters. It is a nice way to get your hands on some of his work with out having to drop a bundle of cash on a print.

L|2 Design Collective had an impressive array of beautiful and varied silkscreened cards produced by a collective of designers and artist out of Florida. They had a nice mix of graffiti, vintage, arty and other visual flavors.

Rosebud had love vintage inspired cards, postcards, gift tags and even mini fortune packs. Everything had a the flare and texture of something from decades ago. Nice to see.

A couple vendors also were showing off wares that weren't your typical greeting cards. Stencil 1 makes stencils that you can use to create murals, t-shirts and even greeting cards.

And Publique Living out of San Francisco had these great place mats with a die-cut pop up that will amuse any guest and faux-wood covered laminated gift boxes.

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