Stationery Trends

Summer 2017

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57 Summer 2 0 1 7 National Stationery Show (NSS) spent its 2017 edition in a cozy new home May 21-24 with renewed energy, healthy crowds and high spirits that couldn't be dampened even by Monday showers. Driving the enthusiasm was lots of gorgeous product diffused throughout the show — and a very special promotion sponsored by Legion Paper through which 30 exhibitors showed off their design chops as they designed die-cut, holographic, risographed, blind embossed, screen-printed, foiled and letterpressed money for attendees to gather as they walked the aisles. Enjoy this glimpse of the show — and stay tuned to upcoming Stationery Trends for more coverage of the trends I found! S This year's edition didn't disappoint BY SARAH SCHWARTZ EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Show us the NSS! Clockwise from top left: Who knew a bookmark could be so clever … and cute? Finds from first-time exhibitor craftedvan are as adorable as they are useful. (Circle 202). Product across the show floor paid homage to strong, inspiring women, including standout wares from first-time exhibitor She Paper. (Circle 203). Several Australian exhibitors were in attendance this year, including fist-timer PennedBlack. (Circle 204). Dimensional handmade is from first-time exhibitor Evelyn Molina Design Studio. (Circle 205). British exhibitor Ohh Deer exhibited fresh — and funny — product from illustrator Gemma Correll. (Circle 206). Legion Paper supplied the rich array of papers for the #ShowUsTheMoney promotion, also sponsored by Parse & Parsel and The Paper Chronicles. (Circle 207). Photo courtesy of Parse & Parcel

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