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We are always thrilled to hear what people like about our notebooks and how they are using them to create, draw, write, doodle or even keep themselves organized. So, we thought we'd share with you the testimonials of eight...
Image Source: By Unknown - Spur Magazine, 1920, Public Domain, Link The life of author F. Scott Fitzgerald was at times prosperous, at times tragic, and his numerous ups and downs are echoed in much of his writing. Works like...
  Celebrated as the "most magnificent bookstore in Canada, possibly North America" by journalist Allen Fotheringham (and many others!), Munro's Books in Victoria, British Columbia is as culturally significant as it is beautiful. Founded in 1963 by Jim Munro and his...
January usually comes with a long list of resolutions that may include picking up a new skill or honing an existing one. As the year progresses we might be tempted to drop this resolution, but it’s important to remember...
Things are getting spooky today at the Endpaper Blog as we take you on a tour of the final resting places of our favourite writers and literary characters. From the mysterious "Poe Toaster" (get the full story here) to the...
For this Sketchbook Saturday blog post we had asked one of our Graphic Designers to submit some doodles suggesting perspective. What we got was way cooler than we even imagined! These drawings suggest the deceptively complex "impossible figures" of...
Personally we hope the physical book store never dies. Among the many arguments for their coolness and culturally importance, something not said often enough about book stores is - some of them are pretty darn beautiful! Good example? We...
We always love hearing about your creative projects using our washi tape, whether it’s embellishing a Bujo or simply incorporating it into your regular repertoire of craft supplies. We recently received an email from Leo and Wendy Van Asten...
Dutch artist Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890) was one of the greatest of the Post-Impressionist painters. The near spiritual excitement of his swirling brushwork, contoured forms and intense colour has had a powerful influence on the development of modern painting. Find...
I always find nostalgia for anything analog interesting. There have probably been more technological advances in the last 30 years than the previous 5000 combined. Our iPhones and iPods are basically pocket-sized computers and they're practically obsolete the moment...