NEWS / NEW SPRING ARRIVALS
'Irojiten' translates to 'dictionary of colours' or 'colour encyclopedia'. It is only fitting that our new Japanese Tombow pencil sets are designed to look and open like a book. There are three volumes which include Rainforest, Seascape and Woodlands. Combine all 3 volumes you'll have all the colours that make up the landscapes of the natural world. Each pencil sharpens beautifully and blends easily. They have a low wax content and provide maximum colour and a creamy feel - a must for any artist!
Poketo is an LA-based lifestyle brand. They have a carefully curated collection of design-conscious goods and we can't get enough of their stylish stationery. Every item is worthy of a space on any stationery-lovers desk.
(Also available in navy)
These clever postcards are a great way of keeping track of your travels across the globe. You can get creative and stitch your journey or simply mark your favourite spot or a special place. The range also includes a United Kingdom, Japan and Manhattan postcard too.
There is no more beautiful or uncomplicated way to seal a personal letter or invitation to someone special than with your own wax seal. We have some new botanical favourites in our collection and also have some new calligraphy inspired stamps, with words: Open Me, With Love, Mr & Mrs and Thank You. Shop our full range below.
WMS & Co.
We're happy to stock the stylish stationery from WMS & Co on our shelves. Stationery fans will fall in love with their meticulous craft and unique take on paper, colour and typography. Their exquisitely practical tools will enhance your daily life and make the perfect gift for any paper-lover! Shop the full range here.
These special inks are made in the Japanese city of Kyoto and the manufacturing process follows traditional dyeing techniques which dates back to the Heian era. We're excited to have added two new colours to our range. The name Hisoku means 'colour of mysterious beauty'; the subtle light blue resembles the delicate colour of Celadon pottery. The Yamabukiiro is inspired by the yamabuki, or Japanese Kerria plant which has a beautiful light olive-green colour.