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Interviews with artists, authors and #PeopleOfPaperblanks.

“I always imagined that Paradise would be some kind of library.”  This quote by Jorge Luis Borges has been deeply rooted in the life of José Alberto Gutiérrez, who for over 20 years has devoted his life to promoting literacy by...
Sometimes at the Endpaper Blog we get the unique opportunity to offer a platform to creative journallers from around the world. Today, we are excited to welcome professional poet and writer Jon Woods to the Endpaper Blog, as he...
Bookbinding has always fascinated us here at Paperblanks, and for more than 20 years we have been mesmerized by the ancient art of bookmaking and its history. Imagine our delight when we came across the bookart work of Rachel...
At Paperblanks, we are firm believers in the importance of supporting our community, especially organizations empowering youth and minority groups. This week we want to spotlight Empowered Black Girl, a mentorship conference for Black girls, developed as an affiliation of Black Women Connect...
Metalsmith, papermaker and artist Melanie Brauner doesn’t believe in talent. The success of her one-of-a-kind jewellery business, Verso Studio, comes from a place of kindness to herself, generosity and a genuine connection with her customers – and hard work...
When I first came across Paloma Villarreal’s (Paloma Kua) artwork, the first thing I noticed was the antique-looking books she often portrays in her work – lying on a table next to a cup of coffee or held by...
Our Peek Inside… series takes a look inside people’s journals to celebrate their imagination and inspire others. This week we are happy to welcome Kimberley Dudek, a powerful and dynamic professional speaker who encourages others to journal as a form of mental...
At Paperblanks, we are firm believers in the importance of personal storytelling and the need to empower writers in our community. This week we want to spotlight Megaphone and the significant work they are doing by creating meaningful work...
Hamburg-based illustrator Mila Marquis is not only an accomplished contemporary artist who has been creating whimsical images to adorn children’s books and stationery for the past 20 years, but she is also one of our cover artists. Her ethereal...
“Japanese people unconsciously experience the action of folding on a daily basis, and therefore encounter various folded forms. I think there must be a special meaning for Japanese people through this everyday practice of folding.A particular charm occurs in...

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