National Stationery Show (Part 3)

Guest post by Kathryn of Blackbird Letterpress

Day 3, we're still smiling and the show goes on. One more day to go. Tomorrow is only half a day and then it's take down. It has been so fun to see our paper friends and often feels like "paper camp". I had planned one more posting, but I think there may be one more after that. So many good booths, I just can't cover them all.



Belle & Union, booth # 1753


 






Enormous Champion, Crow & Canary booth # 3024






Fig. 2 Design, booth #1671



Katharine Watson, booth # 1842



Leafcutter designs, booth # 1479


Old Tom Foolery, booth # 1550



Paper Boat Studios, booth # 1567





Rachel Brown Fowler, booth # 2375







Sycamore Press, booth # 1752




Sugarcube Press, booth # 1947



Sapling Press, booth # 1964


 
 Wild Ink Press, booth # 1971


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About: Blackbird Letterpress

Blackbird Letterpress is a small fine art printmaking shop specializing in letterpress stationery, weddings, and more. They like to hand set type but happily print with a combination of photopolymer plates, lead moveable type, and vintage image cuts. Choose from notebooks, cards, calendars, & other goodies. Read more about us and what we do at blackbirdletterpress.com.

Jan Halvarson

4 comments:

Gretchen said...

Lot of good work - my favorite is Pie Bird press.

ElleBloGue (2) said...

you should have a look at "le tampographe Sardon" - amazing work !

Melissa Kojima said...

Thanks, once again, Kathryn, for covering this show while you're working it. I like how you called them your "paper friend" . It's sounds like they're cute paper toys---or something like that. Heheheehhee. I also loved the card that said, "No one's too manly for letterpress". That's awesome.

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