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People of Paperblanks

Interviews with artists, authors and real-life journallers.

Our Peek Inside… series takes a look inside people’s journals and sketchbooks to celebrate their imagination and inspire others. This week we are getting to know Anna Sokolova, an award-winning illustrator and fine artist based in Berlin who uses Paperblanks journals to...
Today, we’re chatting with Craig Bullock, a multi-talented and incredibly driven artist, teacher and social justice activist. Building on his own life experiences and vision for a better future, Craig has created Civil Liberty Publishing, a publishing house focused on...
The first week of May is known as Mental Health Week here in Canada. And while mental health and wellness is always an important topic, it's become especially relevant during this pandemic shutdown. Many people are feeling isolated, confused...
If you live in or have ever visited a city that can lay claim to being the birthplace of a historical figure, you've no doubt noticed the official plaque outside the former residence. Many of these buildings are actually...
In the narrow confines of a life crushed between literary celebrity and societal notoriety, Oscar Wilde (1854 – 1900) created some of the wittiest and most acute commentary on British society and manners ever written. With lacerating wit and...
Nothing makes us happier than hearing that our notebooks are being used, loved and cherished. It fills our hearts with joy when someone writes and tells us how their Paperblanks notebooks are part of something special, so we didn’t...
William Shakespeare (1564–1616), long considered the greatest of the English writers, has left us few traces of his handwriting. The banned play Sir Thomas More (1595) was written and revised by five different playwrights, of whom Shakespeare was believed to be...
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 Swedish artist and mental health advocate Matilda Heindow, creator of @crazyheadcomics, where she publishes her...
If you are a book lover, chances are you have more than a few authors you look up to. But what about all the people behind the scenes who help get those authors into your life and inspire your love...
When I first came across Paloma Villarreal’s (Paloma Kua) artwork, the first thing I noticed was the antique-looking books she often portrays in her work – lying on a table next to a cup of coffee or held by...