People of Paperblanks

Interviews with artists, authors and real-life journallers.

(c) Photograph by Andrea Marvan For a very special Writing Wednesday this week, we're pleased to welcome Andrea Marvan, a guest blogger and freelance writer, editor and translator! You can check out more of her writing via UPPERCASE Magazine, Bridgeman...
The public has voted and the results are in for our Seize the Summer competition. Thank you to everyone who submitted entries and voted for their favourite #PaperblanksMoment. With over 1000 votes we are (pleasantly) overwhelmed by the number of people...
Our Peek Inside… series takes a look inside people’s journals to celebrate their imagination and inspire others. This week we are happy to welcome Kimberley Dudek, a powerful and dynamic professional speaker who encourages others to journal as a form of mental...
Every year May 12th is recognized as International Nurses Day. Chosen because it is the birthday of Florence Nightingale, the founder of modern nursing, the day marks the contributions that nurses make to our society. The power and...
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...
This week we had such a wonderful time getting to know French artist Marie Landreau. Her work is exceptionally beautiful and is recognised by many throughout France and beyond. She has been guest of honour at several notable events...
I believe that the experiences one overcomes – whether good or bad – can be transformed into art in the end.
Bookbinding has always fascinated us here at Paperblanks, and for more than 20 years we have been mesmerized by the ancient art of bookmaking and its history. Imagine our delight when we came across the bookart work of Rachel...
Today marks the 115th anniversary of Antoine de Saint-Exupéry's birth. The French writer, aviator and all-around adventurer famously disappeared under mysterious circumstances during the Second World War. A highly accomplished pilot, there was speculation that he was suffering from depression and...
If you have walked past a shop sign and cringed at an unnecessary apostrophe, you're not alone. But have you ever wished you could take things one step further and actually correct the punctuation problem? Meet the "Grammar Vigilante"...