Friday, September 25, 2015

ODD BITS: Princeton Architectural Press introduces jazzy paper goods

I've been drawn to colorful and stylish paper design
ever since I was a child. Princeton Architectural Press' new line of
of paper goods is right up my alley, starting with these pattern papers,
which have significantly jazzed up my gift-wrapping skills.

                                                            I really like the pattern roll, both for its unique paper 
                                                               designs, and for the utility of its "delivery system".


Little notepads with fun covers are also included in this new line.

Above: These three pocket-sized journals are decorated with artist 
Paula Scher's "obsessively detailed, highly personal" city maps.

                                           Some of you may recognize these "The Architect Says" notepads
                                        from my blog giveaway last month. Dear PAP: Everybody loved them!

Inspired by classic Italian packaging, designer Louise Fili has created this 
12-pencil collection in six "tutti frutti" shades, ideal for drawing or writing.

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To see more notebooks, postcards, stationery and sticky pads,
link here.

1 comment:

  1. Thank you, Jaimie, for sharing this posting on the PAP website's home page!