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Interviews with artists, authors and #PeopleOfPaperblanks.

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...
As you may already be aware, every Tuesday on the Paperblanks Facebook page we feature creatives from all over the world and their artwork as part of our #PeopleOfPaperblanks series. Now, we have created a People of Paperblanks group where...
When we say that "we believe that art should have a place in all aspects of life," we aren't exaggerating. A passion for creativity, especially for the book arts, is something shared by all members of the Paperblanks® family,...
Diary of a Civil War Nurse Image Source: The Smithsonian The Lady Nurse of Ward E, published in 1909, is the personal account of Amanda Akin, a nurse in the American Civil War. The book includes personal material, such as her...
Sometimes at the Endpaper Blog we get the unique opportunity to offer a platform to creative journallers from around the world. Our partnership with Natalie Carranceja – a confidence expert, mental health advocate and avid journaller here...
Our friends over at Seva have recently been featured in Vancouver’s The Province newspaper for their work with blind villagers in Nepal. Seva is one of our favourite charities to support because of their unique focus on restoring eyesight...
Ah, Paris. Home to baguettes, berets and the literary elite, the French capital is perhaps best known for the architectural landmark that is the Eiffel Tower. But the city's famed buildings go well beyond this tourist hotspot, as throughout...
If you live in or have ever visited a city that can lay claim to being the birthplace of a historical figure, you've no doubt noticed the official plaque outside the former residence. Many of these buildings are actually...
"I grew up amidst fields and forests in a small village in Austria. Our neighbor was an 80-year old German writer, war veteran and well-travelled wise man and as a child I became intrigued by his stories about the world outside of my small village."
Often described by musicians as a “giant,” Ludwig van Beethoven’s (1770-1827) works are defined by intellectual depth and honesty. His musical expressions of heroism and struggle echo his troubled personal life. Beethoven’s childhood fell prey to the ambitions of...

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