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For our "X Questions With" series, we're speaking with talented individuals from around the world who have inspired us with their creativity and passion. If you have a story to tell or someone you'd like to see profiled, let...
For our "X Questions With" series, we're speaking with talented individuals from around the world who have inspired us with their creativity and passion. If you have a story to tell or someone you'd like to see profiled, let...
Today, we’re chatting with Craig Bullock, a multi-talented and incredibly driven artist, teacher and social justice activist. Building on his own life experiences and vision for a better future, Craig has created Civil Liberty Publishing, a publishing house focused on...
"I like to limit myself to using black ink only. Not being able to erase invites accidents to happen, which carry the beauty of the unconscious."
Sometimes at the Endpaper Blog we get the unique opportunity to offer a platform to creative journallers from around the world. We’ve recently partnered with Quynh Vu – a multitalented artist and bullet journaller who specializes in brush lettering...
William Morris (1834–1896) was one of the most celebrated practitioners of the Arts and Crafts Movement. He embraced the ideal of craftspeople taking pride in their personal handiwork, as opposed to the dehumanising onslaught of the Industrial Revolution. In...
"I grew up surrounded by books, music and paintings. During my childhood, Saturday was “Museum Day” and Sunday the “Cinema or Trip Day.” Night was time for Grimm’s fairy tales and Don Quixote, along with Chopin, Bach, Mozart and Beethoven."
Today in our #PeopleOfPaperblanks interview we are thrilled to welcome talented French artist Arkane to the Endpaper Blog. Arkane’s portraits combine an intriguing mix of bold strokes and painstaking detail found in a supple fold of fabric or a wayward lock of hair....
"Art allows me to live with history in the making, to understand what is new and what is changing in the world, even at my age. I hate vulgarity, banality, and sentimentality."
Every year since 1949, the United States has designated May as Mental Health Awareness Month. The theme for May 2014 is "Mind Your Health," and it should serve as an important reminder for all of us of the effects...

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