Tuesday, February 20, 2024

Paperblanks Stories

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Our Morris Pink Honeysuckle design reproduces an original work by one of the most renowned figures in the decorative arts, William Morris. As a textile designer, he developed a unique style that charmed his contemporaries and has since become a...
Paperblanks’ Spring 2023 collection is a wonderful display of designs. Forming a tapestry of artistic styles and traditions, our latest releases are sure to delight the senses. From celebrated textile design and bejewelled bindings to geometric Art Deco and floral...
We've got some exciting new additions to our accessories line this season! Whether you're elevating your journal pages or immersing yourself in a jigsaw puzzle, our new releases are sure to bring some joy to the event. Washi Tapes We're...
No desk setup is complete without an address book to keep all important addresses in one place and ready for when you need them. This season we’re excited to announce that three new designs have been added to our...
Our Old Leather Collection, with its magnetic wrap closures and instantly recognizable gold or silver border details, is one of the foundational pieces of the Paperblanks catalogue. This season we are pleased to offer this richly saturated blue design...
Our Isle of Ely design depicts an 1830 cover of James Bentham’s The History and Antiquities of the Conventual and Cathedral Church of Ely, from the foundation of the monastery AD 673 to the year 1771. The monument sits...
Gary Grayson’s vibrantly detailed cover art transports us to a tropical paradise! The artist’s affinity for both antique prints and modern graphic design is the foundation of his digital art style. His work is an eclectic mix of vintage...
As 2022 draws to a close, we are delighted to have had such a memorable 30th Anniversary Year! And as we look to a brand new year at Paperblanks, we’ve rounded up a few top moments from our #Paperblanks30...
Our Enigma design is inspired by a cover said to have been designed by Le Gascon, a legendary but unidentified 17th-century bookbinder. Originally released as a red and gold hardcover journal under the name Mystique, this black Enigma version...
Gaze into the cosmos with this astral-inspired pattern. Like an exploding supernova, the gold tooling and embellishments burst off the surface of our Midnight Star design. A brilliant 16th-century Cairo workshop is responsible for this 12-pointed star design. Though...