I always imagined in 2010 we’d be wearing latex white jumpsuits with equally shiny helmets, talking into our watch/phone/computer/device that can freeze time. But 2010 is only 4 months away and I barely wear a normal watch that tells just the time. Until then, the only thing I can be excited about is Seesaw Design’s beautifully designed letterpressed calendars. I’m so in love with the color palette and combination of organic and geometric shapes. More here.
Posts Tagged ‘letterpress’
The small press shop, Little Otsu is 65% of why I moved to San Francisco, with 7% going to Scharffen Berger chocolates, 22% for graphic design and the other 6% shall remain unknown. I recently acquired the nifty transit-inspired calendar map on the right, illustrated by Lart C. Berliner and am trying to find the perfect spot at home to showcase it. Nevertheless, Little Otsu makes beautifully illustrated and designed paper goods that always bring a smile to your face. Check out their online shop here.
Paperwink is the duo of Tara Bokman and Darcey Shanahan and together they create some really beautiful stationary and invitations. This notecard is a part of their Telegram line that also offers matching labels, calling cards and a stamp. I was lucky enough to be able to work with these talented ladies at a former job and its great to see their own company blossoming. Oh, and they’re offering 15% off the entire website through December.
I heart cards. Greeting cards, letterpressed cards, business cards, e-cards, just not particularly fond of credit cards. SeeSaw Designs is a Scottsdale Arizona based design studio that also makes amazing letterpressed goods. This lovely birdie card was letterpress printed by hand on an antique press and painted with watercolors. And for all you paper lovers out there (myself included), its printed on 220 lb. Crane paper. Super Thick = Super Awesome. See more goods here.