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Our Old Leather Collection, with its magnetic wrap closures and instantly recognizable gold or silver border details, is one of the foundational pieces of the Paperblanks catalogue. This season we are pleased to offer this richly saturated blue design...
Our Isle of Ely design depicts an 1830 cover of James Bentham’s The History and Antiquities of the Conventual and Cathedral Church of Ely, from the foundation of the monastery AD 673 to the year 1771. The monument sits...
Gary Grayson’s vibrantly detailed cover art transports us to a tropical paradise! The artist’s affinity for both antique prints and modern graphic design is the foundation of his digital art style. His work is an eclectic mix of vintage...
As 2022 draws to a close, we are delighted to have had such a memorable 30th Anniversary Year! And as we look to a brand new year at Paperblanks, we’ve rounded up a few top moments from our #Paperblanks30...
Our Enigma design is inspired by a cover said to have been designed by Le Gascon, a legendary but unidentified 17th-century bookbinder. Originally released as a red and gold hardcover journal under the name Mystique, this black Enigma version...
Gaze into the cosmos with this astral-inspired pattern. Like an exploding supernova, the gold tooling and embellishments burst off the surface of our Midnight Star design. A brilliant 16th-century Cairo workshop is responsible for this 12-pointed star design. Though...
The art of still life painting is a celebrated part of Dutch culture, but this time-honoured artistic style didn’t emerge fully formed. Before these artists came to be so celebrated, there were illustrators who delicately illuminated handwritten manuscripts to...
Over the last 30 years, our Embellished Manuscripts Collection in particular has revealed the beautiful evolution of our journals. One of our first Paperblanks series featured the handwritten manuscripts of American writers Emily Dickinson, William Faulkner, Ernest Hemingway and Gertrude...
Ashta is the latest design in our Sacred Tibetan Textile series. Artistic, religious and cultural traditions unite in the handwoven fabric depicted on our new softcover Flexi notebook. For centuries, Muslim families in Varanasi, India, have practiced the art of...
Gibran Kahlil Gibran (1883–1931), usually referred to in English as Kahlil Gibran, was a Lebanese American writer, poet and artist. Though many consider him a philosopher, Gibran himself rejected that label. He is most widely recognized as the author...