SUPPLY | Brown Ink Paper Goods

As we all write less and less with pen and paper every day, counterintuitively it seems there is an abundance of independent stationers creating fantastic letterpress and paper goods. Some favorites include Terrapin out of New York, N'East Paper out of Burlington, Vermont, and my latest discovery, Brown Ink out of Minneapolis. Perhaps it's the lack of ink on paper in our modern lives that makes us crave the power of handwriting and receiving a piece of mail in the post, but there's not much that beats a mailed letter or post card. Brown Ink uses vintage print blocks for typesetting and has a nice line up of classic designs. They retail several designers, but here are a few of my favorites from their collection below.

3 comments:

Aja Lake said...

Their 'Surprise Bag'!

Werimaid said...

wow They are so beautiful. I thought you drew the mountain when I saw the first picture. But later I knew it was made by machine. It must be amzing to write on such beautiful paper. Love the post!

Janet said...

I may have to order some of the mountain ones for my shop.