Sunday, January 20, 2019

People & Interviews

Interviews with artists, authors and #PeopleOfPaperblanks.

Today, we’re talking with Susanne, a graphic designer and self-taught artist who has made a big impact with her "Tiny Tales." We are excited to share her story with you and to welcome her to the #PeopleOfPaperblanks community. To see...
American novelist and designer Edith Wharton made a name for herself in the literary world by combining her firsthand understanding of the American aristocracy with her unique and powerful prose. Wharton was the first woman to win the Pulitzer...
Some of the most popular posts here on the Endpaper Blog are from our X Questions With and Peek Inside series. We love seeing what people create and share using our journals, and we're thrilled that you do, too! Beginning this week, we are...
Today, we’re talking with Teneal Kotzé, a "poetic painter" and art student who is unafraid of experimenting with different themes and mediums. We are excited to share her story with you, and welcome her to the #PeopleOfPaperblanks community. To see more...
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 photographer, Instagrammer and traveller Nicole as she takes us through an adventure in...
[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JJkV9HwtM4k] Forget "complicit" – "levidrome" is the word of the year, at least if a Canadian boy has anything to say about it! Six-year-old Levi Budd, from Victoria, has coined the term to describe a word that becomes another word...
The Tuesday after the gluttony and spending of the American Thanksgiving and Black Friday shopping weekend has been christened Giving Tuesday, offering us all a chance to support those who may not have had such a joyful weekend. At Paperblanks,...
Today marks ninety-five years since the literary world lost Marcel Proust, making it a fitting time to honour him with our Proust, In Search of Lost Time journal. Born Valentine Louis Georges Eugène Marcel Proust (1871–1922), the author was a...
“Childhood is a time of great discovery. It is a time when every morning brings new knowledge about the world and you can’t wait to get up and explore. Most of the people I grew up with were of...
Today would have been Bram Stoker's 170th birthday and so to honour our newest Embellished Manuscripts author we're taking a look at some of his lesser-known works. Without a doubt, Bram Stoker is best remembered as the author of Dracula, but...

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