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Marissa, creator of the postal spook know as the Parcel Ghost, sells fun and informative zines like the Parcel Ghost’s Guide to Post and the Parcel Ghost Zine Fun Pack. The Parcel Ghost is one of the most delightful promoters of postal whimsy so if you’re feeling inclined to write and receive letters, you will surely appreciate the Parcel Ghost.
“I Love Pencils” print by Leah Greenberg. Prices start at $17.68.
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I meant to post this on New Year’s Day but I left the lettering in my scanner at work and forgot to scan it. I found it this morning. The sentiment remains true and any day can be the first chapter of your new year.
This was drawn with a flexible nib dip pen in a Tachikawa wooden nib holder using Pelikan 4001 black ink on Borden & Riley 100R Rough Cotton Rag Marker Paper (which has been discontinued). I scanned it in black and white and colorized in Photoshop.
Beautiful things happen when pencil and ink are applied to paper — this is one of them. This is drawing from Luciano Luzano from a trip to Lisbon. Fabulous.
I kept going back to Present + Correct to admire this vintage advertising art of A.W. Faber pencils and chalks that I decided I needed to share it. The image is circa 1897. I love that the pencils were tied to cardstock to display them. Good way to display my vintage pencils?
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I couldn’t pass up this darling illustration of a redhead reading with a pencil at the ready. Wish it was for sale as a print. Would look lovely in my office.
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Stationery Love Print by Bubi Au Yeung. I would love to buy a print of this for my office.
This allegorical image of pencils seemed appropriate with the impending election here in the US. I hope everyone sharpens their pencils and casts their vote on Tuesday.
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This inspiring message was created by Bianca Green and is available in a multitude of options from t-shirt to decal for your favorite Apple mobile product.
This a few pages from Afsaneh Tajvidi, a Toronto-based artist and blogger. Her sweet watercolor illustrations and collages seemed like the perfect addition to the Halfway Through series. She combines found objects, pen, watercolor, colored pencils, gouache, stickers, washi tape and rubber stamps to create her vignettes.
What can I possibly say about a giant colored pencil art installation in Echigo-Tsumari Japan except, when can I see it myself?
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Because Giovanni Pintori was a designer to be reckoned with and Olivetti was the typewriter manufacturer to be reckoned with, I give you the Olietti Graphika poster designed by Pintori from Boom Undergrounds copious archives.
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