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This season we’re bringing you new stationery and storage solutions that inspire. From returning favourites to the iconic works of Jules Verne and Andrew Lang, our Spring 2020 collection has been curated to celebrate art of all...
In addition to new softcover series Free Your Mind and Retro Pop!, four classic Paperblanks designs are now available as Flexi notebooks. Pictured here: Higher and Higher, Zahra, Azure, Wordscapes and Juniper softcover...
Every human mind contains hidden rooms that house our ability to dream, imagine and embark on flights of fancy. These are the spaces where you can create freely in a shower of ideas. German artist Catrin Welz-Stein’s dreamlike digital art...
Simple shapes come to life in the quirky pop art of Eric Comstock. An illustrator, designer and children’s book author, Comstock spent over a decade in advertising before taking up illustration full time....
Did you know there is a Paperblanks planner interior for every planning style? Pick whether you want to see individual days or full weeks at a time and choose from horizontal, vertical or...
We know that no stationery set is complete without a matching address book, so we’ve selected from our bestselling designs when curating this collection. Pictured here: Moonlight midi address book
Ludwig van Beethoven’s (1770–1827) works are defined by incredible intellectual depth and honesty. His musical expressions of heroism and struggle mirror his personal tragedies, including the loss of his hearing and a tumultuous family life.
The magical mind of English fantasy illustrator Brian Froud has come to the Paperblanks collection! Over the course of his fascinating career, Froud has drawn inspiration from the ancient and gnarled landscapes of the...
Our new Golden Trefoil design is inspired by a 16th-century French binding that originally housed a printing of the Opera Omnia, or “complete works,” of Giovanni Pontano (1426–1503). The design, thought to be created...
Introducing Blue Velvet, inspired by a piece of a 15th-century velvet dalmatic. A dalmatic is a tunic with wide sleeves worn as part of liturgical vestments and by British monarchs during coronation services. Velvets...

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