National Stationery Show 2010 : Greeting Cards Galore, Part 2

If you missed part one of my Greeting Cards Galore series, then you can find it right here. Now, onto part two!

Old Tom Foolery combined a great display, clever design, and their trademark humor in their lineup. Their new Typestache poster is a must have for typophiles, graphic designers, and mustache enthusiasts!

Old Tom Foolery

The Full Courtney Press made their debut at the stationery show this year, and I’m really digging the simplicity and clever use of type in their designs:

The Full Courtney Press

Loving all of the color in these vintage-inspired letterpress cards by Elum:

Elum Letterpress

There was such great energy at the Byrd & Bleecker booth. It was like a fashion show in there! I felt the urge to “work it”, but instead I took photos of their fabulous cards.

Byrd & Bleecker

9spotmonk has a great concept (and awesome neon colors) in their line of letterpress pop out art cards. It’s a card and a little piece of art, all rolled into one!


The Pie Bird Press booth was filled to the brim with their oh so colorful cards. I can’t get enough of their layered illustration style — hello, chocolate bunny!

Pie Bird Press

The colorful fruit silhouettes in Hazel & Violet Ink’s Alice line really caught my eye:

Hazel & Violet Ink

Such sweet illustrations on the cards by The Great Lakes. Love that bunting card!

The Great Lakes

photos by yours truly

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One thought on “National Stationery Show 2010 : Greeting Cards Galore, Part 2

  1. Hannah commented //

    It was so nice seeing you at the show! Thanks for including Pie Bird Press!

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