By Aisha Weir
Papersmiths is looking for a summer temp to join the team for four weeks in July. You'll need to be available every Saturday and Sunday as well as 3-4 weekdays. The deadline for applications is 12pm this Friday (26th) and trial shifts will be held this weekend (27th-28th). Please send your CV and a brief covering letter to email@example.com
By Sidonie Warren
By Sidonie Warren
Sophy Hollington first came into our awareness in 2016 when we heard her speaking at the Printed Pages Tour in Bristol. We've followed her work ever since and this Christmas we had the pleasure of inviting Sophy to create a design for our Christmas windows. We quizzed Sophy on work life, how she got to where she is today and her creative process. Hi Sophy! Can you share with us a bit about the symbolism in the image you’ve created? What’s it all about?[SOPHY] It’s a symbol of human creativity and what we’re capable of when we have the right tools at our...
By Kelly Chan
Sha’an d’Anthes, aka Furry Little Peach, is our favourite artist and Papersmith based in Sydney, Australia. Her vibrant colour palette cheers us up on a cloudy British day. We found her after pining over her Inktober sketches way back when and since then she has written and illustrated her own children’s book ‘Zoom’ and has become an absolute zine queen. Take it away, Sha’an! 1. Hey Sha’an! You’ve got such a vibrant and unique art style. How would you describe the vibe of your work? [SHA’AN] I try to apply a lens of childlike wonder to the world my work...
By Rosie Smith
If you've visited any of our stores, you'll be familiar with Rama clips. Those tiny gems are dotted around the shelves, embellishing our notebooks with a flash of gold. We had a chat with Rachida, founder and creator of Rama Publishing. Rachida is so inspiring and full of energy, often popping into our London stores to deliver each batch of goodies by hand. We found out about her creative process, her obsession with London and of course, we had to ask what's in her pencil case too (it's us, what did you expect?). Hey Rachida! How did Rama Publishing...