Telegramme Studio

Cheers Card | Telegramme Studio

London-based design collaborative, Telegramme Studio, are purveyors of some badass paper goods. Gig posters, art prints, greeting cards – they’ve got a little bit of everything, and the retro modern style found throughout their collection is right up my alley. Here’s a taste of what you’ll find in the Telegramme shop (they have an Etsy shop, too) :

Retro Modern Gig Posters and Art Prints | Telegramme Studio

And I have to give a shout out to their Conversation Cards, each of which contains lined note paper that’s been stitched inside to help get the conversation started. Clever concept!

Conversation Cards | Telegramme Studio

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Barry Goodman Illustrated Cards

Attention, all Anglophiles, I have some seriously cool paper goodies by UK-based illustrators for you today. First up are these fantastic, illustrated cards by Barry Goodman, an artist whose love of London and retro transport inspires his creative pursuits. You can find a range of Barry’s cards at Stargrass Paper Co., a new online shop from a paper-loving mother and daughter duo. Woohoo, new paper shop!

UK-Themed Illustrated Cards | Barry Goodman

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Quick Picks : 3.6.14

LE Neapolitan Stripe Gold Foil Art Print | Pencil Shavings Studio

LE Neapolitan Stripe Gold Foil Art Print | Pencil Shavings Studio

This Week’s Picks

♥ Why, hello there, wonderful wood veneer tape. – via

♥ If only I lived near Minneapolis, I would totally be at the upcoming Modern Penmanship workshop by Crystal Kluge, one my favorite hand lettering artists.

♥ I love the look of Louise Jenkins’ layered paper cuttings. So inspiring.

Letterpress + bread dough? That. Is. Awesome.

♥ Really digging the bold, black and white paper goods from Petra Börner. – via

♥ Wonderful, whimsical illustration from Katt Frank. I see that she has a shop coming soon, too! – via

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Extracurricular Activities Illustrated Greeting Cards

Summertime Illustrated Greeting Card | Extracurricular Activities

Mike Yamada and Victoria Ying are the husband and wife team behind Extracurricular Activities, an online shop that started out as a way for the couple to work on independent projects outside of their full-time jobs as concept artists for animation at Dreamworks and Disney, respectively, and has expanded to become an ever-growing line of beautifully illustrated cards, art prints, apparel, and digital accessories.

I am totally digging their greeting card lineup, which includes designs that feature everything from soothing landscapes to bustling cityscapes to seriously sweet characters. Here’s a peek at their cards, and be sure to head over to the Extracurricular Activities shop to see much more.

Illustrated Greeting Cards | Extracurricular Activities

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