Tokyo Pear is a letterpress studio and shop that got its start in Seattle, Washington and then relocated to Japan in 2007. The brand is owned by Eriko and Darren who decided to introduce independent letterpress to Japan. Their graphics are minimal and show a definite folk art influence. You can follow them on their website and purchase a few of their items on Etsy.
Images: Courtesy of Tokyo Pear.
Daniela Koenn and Marcel Hornung left a hectic agency life to channel their creative talents into
the Berlin-based paper store, “Pleased To Meet You”. Daniela is the talent behind their signature minimal illlustrations. Knowledge of materials and production processes assures their customers that they are receiving high quality products. You can view their work on their website, Instagram and Facebook. They also ship internationally from their online shop.
Images: Courtesy of “Pleased To Meet You.”
We love the simplicity, elegance and just the right amount of bling on these paper goods created by Massachusetts-based company, Faux Designs. In 1986 the stationery company was founded by artist, Stacy Landau, a graduate of the New York School of Visual Arts. They have since become an industry leader offering high-end stationery and gifts.
You can follow them on their website, Facebook and Instagram.
Images: Courtesy of Faux Designs.