Moleskine Hardcover Notebooks - Milligram

During a shopping spree in Sydney, the author rediscovers Moleskine hardcover notebooks at Milligram. He appreciates the notebook’s perfect blend of design and function, symbolizing durability, facilitating writing as a therapeutic and creative practice, and invoking nostalgia for the traditional art of writing.Read More →

Charles and Ray Eames Collectible Sheet of Sixteen 42 Cent Stamps

The Charles and Ray Eames Collectible Sheet of Sixteen 42 Cent Stamps is a must-have for any design enthusiast or stamp collector. It features images of the Eames’ designs, from their lounge chair to their furniture, and is beautifully crafted with intricate details.Read More →

Rolodex rotary card featured image

There are few office equipment products more iconic than the Rolodex (the name comes from a combination of the words rolling and index). In the past, companies organised their contacts in Rolodexes. Rolodex is constructed as a cylindrical rotary card file on a tubular metal frame that contains A-Z index cards to store business contacts.Read More →

marimekko 50 postcards

Marimekko has released a 50 postcard collection featuring the brand’s iconic vibrant designs. Aimed at design enthusiasts, the collection offers an affordable way to own a piece of Marimekko’s cherished patterns serving as both postcards and decorative wall art.Read More →

Marimekko Sticky Notes & To-Dos (Marimekko x Chronicle Books) Cover Art

Marimekko Sticky Notes & To-Dos is a collaboration with Chronicle Books, combining Finnish design with task management tools. These stylish, patterned notes and flags brighten everyday tasks, merging organization with iconic aesthetics.Read More →

Vintage Mexico Postcards

4 x 6 inches in size (10 x 15 cm). The front has a glossy UV coating for durability and protection. Our postcards are printed on premium sturdy quality 16 pt (360 gsm) cardstock. This is the maximum thickness permitted by the USPS for a postcard mailed without an envelope.Read More →

Pop Up Card featured image

Beautiful pop up cards that remind us of the beauty and wonder in the world. Give a gift from the heart.Read More →

Ukiyo-e is a Japanese art form that flourished between the 17th and 19th centuries. Its artists produced woodblock prints and paintings of female beauties, kabuki performers, and sumo wrestlers, historical and folk tale scenes, travel scenes and landscapes, flora and fauna, and erotica, among other subjects. “Pictures of the Floating Planet” is how the word “ukiyo-e” is translated.Read More →