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Our friends at Abrams & Chronicle Books were at the London Stationery Show last week, and they sent us this great news:
The Pattern Box was named runner-up in this year’s Stationery Awards in the category of Social Stationery. We couldn’t be more proud of our collaboration with New York’s Textile Arts Center.
Get yours here, and be sure to stock up on stamps!

Our friends at Abrams & Chronicle Books were at the London Stationery Show last week, and they sent us this great news:

The Pattern Box was named runner-up in this year’s Stationery Awards in the category of Social Stationery. We couldn’t be more proud of our collaboration with New York’s Textile Arts Center.

Get yours here, and be sure to stock up on stamps!

Pattern Papers: Stationery Set 

This set of writing sheets (pattern one side, blank on verso), envelopes, and stickers features designs by Shanan Campanaro (Eskayel), Brittany Keats Cerullo, and Kindah Khalidy. Selected to mix, match, complement, and clash, these patterned papers are enclosed in a portfolio envelope. Curated by the Textile Arts Center.

Good Press | Pattern Box

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“Whether you tack the cards on inspiration boards—a booklet included in the box lists the designers’ creative processes—or use them as actual postcards, they’re a steal at $19.95 for the set.” —T magazine

“We were already pretty sold on the idea of Pattern Box….But then we found the little booklet tucked inside, which contains wonderful, Sight Unseen–like Q&As that delve into the inspiration and process behind each designer and we knew we had to share. Check out some of our favorites below, then head over to Princeton Architectural Press to snag yourself a copy.” —Sight Unseen

“I love this new Pattern Box from Princeton Architectural Press. Curated by New York City’s Textile Arts Center, the box is full of gorgeous patterns…. great inspiration for design projects….Definitely a worthy addition for your design library.” —Design Muse

“If you like patterns and postcards, you’d best snap up this box set now. I’d be tempted just to keep it as a pattern resource for inspiration purposes, but then it’d be a shame not to share such interesting postcards with friends and family (and postal workers, of course).” —Better Living Through Design

“This collection of patterned postcards—Pattern Box—just makes me happy. You know what I mean, how something seemingly small can do that?” —Design Crush

“a new postcard set by the textile arts center and Princeton Architectural Press. these are a few of my favorites!” —Lena Corwin

“We are simply dying to get our hands on this!!! This is the box form of a coffee table book. We want to proudly leave this out for guests to flip through and banter about which is their favorite design. It’s a discussion piece in and of itself.” —Ampersand Design Studio

“I still believe in snail mail. I love the act of writing a letter, addressing an envelope, putting a stamp in the upper right-hand corner, and mailing it. It’s so special and friendly and just plain makes me happy. These days it feels like all I do is mail my rent check. That is until I spotted the Pattern Box.” —Jojotastic

“A visual feast at your fingertips, [Pattern Box] functions as an essential desk accessory: a deck to shuffle when in need of a little workday inspiration.” —Lonny

“…send these mini pieces of art as letters, frame them, pin them up or simply display the equally artistic box they come in…” —Selectism

Find out for yourself! Get the Pattern Box here.

Pattern Box | Eskayel
Above: one of Eskayel’s designs in our new Pattern Box
More patterns here  •  About the designer

Pattern Box | Eskayel

Above: one of Eskayel’s designs in our new Pattern Box

More patterns here  •  About the designer

Pattern Box | Eskayel
Above: one of Eskayel’s designs in our new Pattern Box
More patterns here  •  About the designer

Pattern Box | Eskayel

Above: one of Eskayel’s designs in our new Pattern Box

More patterns here  •  About the designer

Pattern Box | Eskayel
Above: one of Eskayel’s designs in our new Pattern Box
More patterns here  •  About the designer

Pattern Box | Eskayel

Above: one of Eskayel’s designs in our new Pattern Box

More patterns here  •  About the designer

Pattern Box | Eskayel

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Brooklyn-based Eskayel was founded in 2008 by artist and designer Shanan Campanaro. A graduate of Central Saint Martin’s, she has worked in graphic design and fashion, but is most drawn to interiors. She began her surface design studio with hand-painted wallpaper patterns and now with partner Nick Chacona, she has expanded Eskayel’s offerings to include fabrics, prints, rugs, scarves, and more.

Shanan’s work is featured in the Pattern Box, available now from PAPress

Sample her patterns here

Pattern Box | Leah Reena Goren
Above: one of Leah’s designs in our new Pattern Box
More patterns here  •  About the designer

Pattern Box | Leah Reena Goren

Above: one of Leah’s designs in our new Pattern Box

More patterns here  •  About the designer

Pattern Box | Leah Reena Goren
Above: one of Leah’s designs in our new Pattern Box
More patterns here  •  About the designer

Pattern Box | Leah Reena Goren

Above: one of Leah’s designs in our new Pattern Box

More patterns here  •  About the designer

Pattern Box | Leah Reena Goren
Above: one of Leah’s designs in our new Pattern Box
More patterns here  •  About the designer

Pattern Box | Leah Reena Goren

Above: one of Leah’s designs in our new Pattern Box

More patterns here  •  About the designer

Pattern Box | Leah Reena Goren

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Leah Reena Goren is an illustrator and surface pattern designer living in Brooklyn, New York, with her boyfriend and curly-haired cat. She graduated with a bachelor of fine arts in illustration from Parsons The New School for Design. She likes drawing flowers and girls and spends a lot of time dreaming about California.

Leah’s work is featured in the Pattern Box, available now from PAPress

Sample her patterns here

Pattern Box | Leanne Shapton
Above: one of Leanne’s designs in our new Pattern Box
More patterns here  •  About the designer

Pattern Box | Leanne Shapton

Above: one of Leanne’s designs in our new Pattern Box

More patterns here  •  About the designer

Pattern Box | Leanne Shapton
Above: one of Leanne’s designs in our new Pattern Box
More patterns here  •  About the designer

Pattern Box | Leanne Shapton

Above: one of Leanne’s designs in our new Pattern Box

More patterns here  •  About the designer

Pattern Box | Leanne Shapton
Above: one of Leanne’s designs in our new Pattern Box
More patterns here  •  About the designer

Pattern Box | Leanne Shapton

Above: one of Leanne’s designs in our new Pattern Box

More patterns here  •  About the designer

Pattern Box | Leanne Shapton

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Leanne Shapton is an illustrator, author, and publisher based in New York City. She is the cofounder, with photographer Jason Fulford, of J&L books. Leanne’s books include Was She Pretty? (2006); Important Artifacts and Personal Property from the Collection of Lenore Doolan and Harold Morris, Including Books, Street Fashion, and Jewelry (2009); The Native Trees of Canada (2010); and Swimming Studies (2012).

Leanne’s work is featured in the Pattern Box, available now from PAPress

Sample her patterns here