It’s been way too long since I last made a post here. I promise to keep this blog more updated from now on!
I also finally got a chance to go through the goodies I got from JetPens and I’m super happy with this purchase. Rhodia paper is insanely smooth! And I couldn’t resist new art supplies. I want to start doing reviews so if there are any products you guys want me to write about, please let me know and I’ll add them to my list! :)
There’s a reason we call this the Brilliant Collection! Practical and versatile, the beautiful pouch and smart scheduler are designed with you in mind: the traveler, worker, student, and busy parent! Stay on top of your scheduling and take all your essentials with you in one convenient, well-pocketed pouch that can fit up to a 13" Macbook Pro! Stand your weekly dateless planner up with the handy stand that comes with it too! It’s a perfect way to keep track of important, daily schedule right on your desk. And the pouch is one of MochiThings’ most popular, loved pouches! Check out the ingenious Brilliant Collection at www.mochithings.com!
Roughly five to six times a year, Neal Whittington and Mark Smith make trips all over the world to find stationery and ephemera to sell in their independent London store of office sundries, Present & Correct (@presentandcorrect). “Europe has a fantastic design heritage, so many movements came out of these countries which influenced work everywhere else,” explains Neal, a graphic designer drawn to London’s architecture for inspiration. The trips always turn into mini-adventures for the pair, from meeting a man who wore a live fox like a scarf in Lille, France, to being chased by a woman in an Estonian market for taking pictures of her stall. “It’s exciting and you never know what you will find,” Neal says. “We look for stationery, but also for items which can be utilized in a new way: old storage items, packaging, posters. It can be hard work, and a bit dirty, but it is always fun. And at the end of the day we have beer, and it is the best reward.”
Neal is drawn to “anything that makes you smile” — from giant eraser benches in Prague to a 1970s chef icon on a pavement in Manhattan’s Nolita neighborhood. “The account can be quite eclectic and fun, maybe looking at things in a new way or highlighting everyday items which might usually be overlooked,” he says. “I like midcentury and modernist architecture and patterns, as well as packaging and type from that era. I also have a tendency to take photos of utilitarian or industrial elements, like pipes or control panes. They, in themselves, can look graphic too. Also, I love grids and patterns on a bigger scale, especially windows and doors and shop fronts. I find them very appealing!”
Chances are that you’re in your office for a good seven or eight hours a day—so why not make it beautiful? The online shop
Peg and Awl
creates reclaimed wood desk caddies imbued with images from vintage books, perfect for storing pens and scissors. The monochromatic botanical illustrations, anatomical drawings, and ships offer an exquisite way to adorn your space. Check out their entire selection on Etsy.
Ladies and gents! It’s ⏰ time to roll out the red carpet again for our annual Back to School Sale bonanza! 🎉 Everything is 20% off! 😻 Don’t skip out & come shop with us NOW at http://mochithin.gs/schsale! Let me spell it for you once more: T-W-E-N-T-Y percent off ALL backpacks, pencils, pen pouches, notebooks, stickers, schedulers, planners, and all the cute MochiThings things you love and adore! 💕 Isn’t the sun shining even brighter today? ^_^
See you at MochiThings.com (Sale lasts from August 5th 12am PT until September 4th, 2016 11:59pm PT)!