Another National Stationery Show has come and gone, with so many paper lovelies launched and on display that I can barely keep myself contained. This year, thanks to Twitter and the many paper loving Twitterers, I almost felt as if I were at the show. I was so grateful for the almost instantly uploaded pictures and tweets live from the show floor, and I felt everyone’s excitement for the experience.
This series of posts is my attempt to link to many of the bloggers who have provided us with so much gorgeous eye candy over the past week. Oh, and there are also lots of great images from the show over on Flickr, so be sure to check those out, too!
I know that I can’t possibly get every blog post that was made, so if you’ve been blogging the NSS and don’t see yourself listed in these posts, please feel free to either contact me or comment and drop your link.
And now, without further ado, here we go!
images from design*sponge
Design*Sponge always has an amazing round up from the show, and this year was no exception. Grace covered so many shops and has a motherlode of wonderful images.
NSS 2009 : Best in Show (kamal)
NSS 2009 : Old School Stationers and Sycamore Street Press
NSS 2009 : 5 More Favorites
NSS 2009 : Enormous Champion and Burlington Guide
NSS 2009 : Twig & Fig and Fugu Fugu
NSS 2009 : 8 More for the Day
NSS 2009 : Hello Lucky, Yellow Owl, Eieio
NSS 2009 : Ilee, Albertine, Pie Bird, Linea Carta
NSS 2009 : Dutch Door, Maginating, and More…
NSS 2009 : Last Three Posts (1 of 3)
NSS 2009 : Last Three Posts (2 of 3)
NSS 2009 : The Final Post (3 of 3)
images from Treehugger
Treehugger gives us a slide show of 16 featured eco friendly paper shops from the stationery show this year. There’s plenty of eye candy, including selections from Vert by Yoko Chapman (top), Screech Owl Design, and Fugu Fugu Press (bottom).
images from bluepoolroad blog
Peggy Wong from bluepoolroad offers her take on the stationery show, including lots of pretty visual collages of her favorite exhibitors, including (shown above) pikku, chewing the cud, and flybird press.