09 August 2010

PAPERCHASE PREVIEW

its my last day of blogging before my annual summer break, and luckily im going out on a bang with this exclusive paperchase preview. 'folk trees' is a forthcoming design from the paperchase autumn/winter season and is not yet in the shops. this scandinavian inspired design is absolutely beautiful and comes on the full range of paperchase products such as files, photo albums, notebooks, mugs, etc. it also follows through in an alternative version onto christmas cards, wrap and decorations. dont forget this a special sneak preview featuring a few snapshots i took at the paperchase press show - but look out for 'folk trees' in stores this autumn. paperchase are also launching a brand new website in september making it even easier to get hold of their products online.

20 comments:

Claire Caudwell said...

Some really lovely ideas.

lit said...

Thanks for this preview - really great designs :)
Have a nice summer holidays!

I'm Beth Gunnell! said...

these are great....refreshingly different to other paperchase product. thanks Bowie

lydia Leith said...

pretty cool, I wish was doing designs for paperchase !

**EYE-SNACKS** said...

I agree, great designs ! And so colorful!

richelle jean said...

i love all of the designs and prints on this blog!!

Learn2Screen-Print said...

Paperchase make the most lovely designs,keeping me inspired!

käselotti said...

I love the colours! They're my favourite ones! The stitching on the felt book is amazing!

Hang Tight Studio said...

Another amazing design from Paperchase! Thanks so much for the sneak preview. Have a fantastic holiday break!

Ms M said...

Looks fab! Thanks for the insight!

Filipa said...

Thanks for posting this preview! Something to get excited about !

Day2day said...

These designs are awesome... they have striking resemblance to kolam/rangoli, a form of sand painting done in India. These would look even better if you print them in HD printing.

Michelle said...

oh *drool* that is some gorgeous stuff

Pullga said...

how much work in one design. Beautiful.

henred5 said...

The shapes are so natural, and the way each banch like shape has been filled in with more patterning with symmetry playing a part is fantastic!
I really love the puplre and grey one with its distinct mola cut look.

Kellie Dobbie said...

Cool design....looks great anywhere you lay it!

Ess said...

We were in India earlier this year. Those beautiful designs reminded me of the hennaed patterns on girls hands we saw at a wedding. Brought back some great memories. Thanks

Ale said...

I love your blog, you always show the most beautiful designs ever :)

Mr. Spoqui said...

* LOVELY *

sally boyle said...

these have got to be my favourite Paperchase designs in some time. think i will be buying an unnecessary quantity of teatowels at the very least.