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Interviews with artists, authors and #PeopleOfPaperblanks.

Sometimes at the Endpaper Blog we get the unique opportunity to offer a platform to creative journallers from around the world. We’ve recently partnered with Quynh Vu – a multitalented artist and bullet journaller who specializes in brush lettering...
“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...
At the heart of Paperblanks is a celebration of human creativity and culture. And what better way to back that up by showcasing diverse artists on our journal covers? From our first releases in 1992 right up until our...
Samuel Longhorne Clemens (1835-1910), known by the pen name Mark Twain, has been called “the father of American literature. ” In his day he was America’s most famous literary icon. A humorist, satirist, lecturer and novelist, Twain combined narrative...
When our hearts are heavy, making art can inspire others, raise awareness or simply bring a respite. Art can create space and compassion; it can be a conductor for connection. As we continue to see the devastation happening in...
Name: Valerie Parisius Age: 34 City: Amsterdam Country: The Netherlands Places travelled: In the past two years I've been to Bali, Gili Islands, Singapore, Sumatra, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, Malaysia, Borneo, Florida and Curaçao Education: Accountancy, Business Administration, Fashion & Design Occupation: Designer, illustrator, travel blogger Loves:...
Always have an open heart to explore the beauty inside of you and around you.
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 the 300th birthday of one of history's great revolutionary thinkers - a man who changed the faces of philosophy, musical composition and literature (not to mention the inventor of the autobiographical form) - Jean-Jacques Rousseau (1712-1778). Rousseau's effective...
"The one thing that I stand by more than anything else is to do what you love, even if you are not the best at it."