Tag: paper

Paper goods from Blacklist studio

I’ve recently discovered the design studio Blacklist. The design studio is based in Sydney, Australia. It was founded in 2008 by husband and wife Nathan and Jaynie Johnson. Blacklist produces a range of art prints, stationery and paper goods, which I’ll show you below. I’ve picked out a few things from the collection, which I would love to have in my own home.

Blacklist one Collage Blacklit two Collage 1. 2016 Diary – grey
2. Love print
3. Pocket Notebooks – blush
4. Travel Journal
5. Nice view print
6. Now or never notebook

For more information check out the Blacklist blog or the two Instagram accounts @blackliststudio and @blackliststore.

Paris in a box

Did you enjoy the summer in Paris with your kids? Or maybe a trip to the lovely city is just around the corner? I’ve found the perfect way for kids to discover or remember Paris.

On the blog Made by Joel, I’ve found the cutest miniature travel size paper Paris.

Made-by-Joel-Travel-Size-Paper-City-Paris-1a Made-by-Joel-Travel-Size-Paper-City-Paris-3 Get out your scissors and create a miniature version of Paris that’ll fit right into a tiny box. It’s perfect for kids and parents on the go. If you’re looking for a larger version, you can print it right here.

Made by Joel has a really cute selection of paper city toys. Take a look around and maybe your kid will be playing with dinosaurs in Sydney in a few days.

Shop minimega

There is a cute little webshop called minimega with a lot of very cool stuff. I’ve known about the shop for some time now, and I keep returning for inspiration. The fact that I’m practically addicted to notebooks and various paper stuff, might have something to do with my fascination with this shop. And of course Sara’s amazing design.

minimega is owned and founded by graphic designer Sara Andersen in 2008. In 2009 she opened the minimega shop.

One of my favourite items in the shop is Sara’s serie of eco-friendly paper products. And lately I’ve been returning to the shop to look at the new neon paper balls. They would look amazing hanging from the ceiling in our living room.

Sara also writes a blog, which will keep you up to date with her latest creations and it’s bound to inspire you.

Images: minimega