Tenth and Grant: Noteworthy Stationery


Here are some noteworthy newbies from Oregon-based artist collaborative Tenth and Grant. All their stationery and paper goods are printed using eco-friendly soy inks on a variety of recycled papers. And of course, we think they look fabulous!

Periscope Notebook (shown in Plum and Olive) by Austin Whipple. Gridlined little sketchbook made from recycled chipboard.

Bricks and Drips Coasters by Ian Lynam
Inspired by European geometric patterns and Japanese illustrations from the 1950s and 60s, these coasters just bring out the latent party girl in me. $12 for a set of 16 coasters.

An oldie but goodie:
Petals Notecards by Lisa DeJohn, $2.50 each

All are available through Buy Olympia.

Via Worsted Witch


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