Currently enamored of the simple floral linocut prints of Hugo Guinness. More here.
As I mentioned a couple weeks ago, I usually spend some time each Saturday catching up on my snail mail correspondence. My own collection of cards and snail mail supplies is currently a bit out of control, and I’m hoping to get organized soon so I can give you readers a glimpse into my collection. This week, I put together a little roundup of some of my favorite snail mail supplies.
1. Blackwing 602 Writing Pencils from Kaufmann Mercantile. 2. Yellow Pattern Postcard from Quill and Arrow Press. 3. Airmail Envelopes from Kiosk. 4. Thank You card from DEADWEIGHT. 5. Gregory Peck postage stamps from USPS.
I usually spend some time each Saturday catching up on my correspondence. No, I don’t mean returning emails… I’m talking about good old fashioned snail mail.
In the weeks to come I’d love to share snippets from my personal collection of cards (as well as my personal correspondence stationary, which I designed for myself this year). This week, I found a couple snail mail themed illustrations that seemed to fit together perfectly. The mailbox illustration (left) is by Winnie Ma, and the envelopes and stamps illustration (right) is by Virginia Kraljevic.