Sunday, February 25, 2024

Paperblanks Stories

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As the old saying goes: accessories make everything better. So, whether you’re looking to get more creative with your journal pages, keep your place or take your kit on the go, our latest accessory releases have you covered. We’re excited to...
Spring is here! Even if the weather may not always feel like it, when it comes to the covers released as part of our first-ever April Collection the warmer season has officially arrived. As part of our 25th anniversary year...
If you have always admired our French Ornate series but wish there could be a larger format for sketching, or love the neo-Renaissance style of our Gold Inlay design but wish for a more pocket-friendly size, then we have...
The time has come to announce our latest spring collection! We can't wait for you to meet our latest designs. From Impressionist art to Romantic-era bindings, step inside Spring 2024 and discover our newest collection of notebooks, journals, lifestyle accessories...
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...
The spirit of rebirth and renaissance for previous cover art continues with our new Hishi softcover Flexi notebook. Originally released in Spring 2007 as part of our Ukiyo-e Kimono Patterns series, popular for the tiny micro format journals it...
Experience a piece of European history with this Porto design from our new Portuguese Tiles series. The design reproduced here comes from Porto, Portugal, where azulejos decorate the façades of old houses. Azulejos (meaning “small polished stone”) are painted,...
July is fast approaching, and along with warm weather and summer vacations it brings the start of a new season of diaries! Our 2016/17 18-Month Dayplanners begin this July and run through the end of next year. Whether you're preparing...
After nearly two weeks of voting we are down to our final two designs! Thanks to everyone who has cast a vote so far, but your favourite design isn't safe yet. Make sure that your top pick is the one...
English writer Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley’s Gothic horror novel Frankenstein, considered to be one of the first works of science fiction, tells of a scientist who creates a sentient being in a morality-pushing experiment. After many years of requests we...