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The National Stationery Week team are thrilled to announce the first official sponsor of the 2022 campaign - Silvine. Rich in history, the iconic stationery brand's heritage dates back since 1837 and this May will see the brand take centre stage as one of the leading sponsors of NSW. Silvine will sponsor World Stationery Day, which is Wednesday of Seven Days of Stationery. National Stationery Week is 16th - 22nd May. Make sure to keep an eye out for all the plans and activities for the week and how you can get involved.
Posted: 28 April 2022
ExaClair Limited, the UK supplier of the Exacompta, Clairefontaine, G. Lalo, Herbin, Brause, Décopatch, Avenue Mandarine and Rhodia brands is showcasing an exciting range of innovative, sustainable products at this year's London Stationery Show between the 17th and 18th of May 2022. You can visit the team on stand M400.
Posted: 26 April 2022
Jakar International will be taking to London Stationery Show its extensive range of Jakar art, craft and stationery materials as well as Caran d'Ache artist materials and colour products. The company has just introduced three different types of spiral bound, micro perforated artwork pads, sketching, drawing and painting, with 12 different front covers, four designs per type. Jakar is also excited about its new range of eight artwork sketch books with hard and flexible covers, 192 pages, case bound. The eco-friendly range of stationery products now includes wooden rulers and pencil sharpeners as well as rulers and sharpeners made from recycled and bio-based materials.
Posted: 12 April 2022
Manuscript Brands has been selected as the Exclusive UK Distributor of a new range of exciting Lego Stationery products – adding a global brand to a carefully selected existing product portfolio.
Lego 2.0 is the new generation of Lego stationery that features everything you would expect from the iconic brand including its hallmark brick-based technology. With Lego's universal appeal, Lego 2.0 has been cleverly branded without a specific theme, expanding its popularity to a wide variety of age groups.
Posted: 22 February 2022
One of Europe's leading manufacturers of pens, pencils, and other writing instruments, STABILO has launched STABILO FREE, its new and exciting acrylic marker. Users will be impressed by the versatility of new acrylic marker, pairing STABILO's striking design with proven quality. With STABILO FREE Acrylic Markers you make the rules: whether painting, contouring, writing, full-surface design or shading, this range has three models with different tip sizes allowing for three line widths. Simply shake the closed pen for 30 seconds and pump paint into the tip to free your inner vision and experiment with different designs and shapes.
Posted: 16 December 2021
ExaClair Limited has revealed the latest addition to their line-up of prestigious luxury Jacques Herbin inks, named Shogun. The ink was developed in collaboration with international fashion designer, Kenzo Takada, who sadly passed away last year, not long after the partnership with Jacques Herbin had begun. Thus, the ink pays homage to the iconic designer.
Recognised worldwide, Kenzo Takada was one of the most renowned fashion designers of his generation. His exceptional style combines a variety of multicultural inspirations with a distinctly Japanese touch. Alongside a creative development team he founded K (pronounced K-3), a luxury brand dedicated to the art of living.
Posted: 16 November 2021
"Having had a tumultuous two years, we were ecstatic to finally get back to the Business Design Centre (5th-6th October) and bring the stationery community together once more" says Event Director, Alex Butler.Both visitors and exhibitors alike were reunited with much-missed friends, colleagues, and clients, and it didn't take long before stationery buyers were placing orders face-to-face, keeping up to date with current trends and getting hands-on with new products. "It's great to be back seeing our clients again. Being able to present products, not over video calls, but at the show where visitors can touch and feel the products", commented Glenn Bowen of Pukka Pads. Rachel Owen, who heads up the marketing for Staedtler UK said that "it's great to be back seeing customers face-to-face and having those quality interactions, as well as being able to meet new customers".
Posted: 20 October 2021
Caran d'Ache is a Swiss manufacturing company of art materials and writing instruments. The company, which was established in 1915, produces a wide range of products including coloured pencils, graphite pencils, pastels, fountain pens, ballpoint pens, mechanical pencils, markers, gouache paints, and ink cartridges. The Swiss-made Caran d'Ache Graphite Line gives artists the chance to compose their own graphite range and explore all the shades of black by exploring the wide and regular ranges of graduation.
Posted: 11 October 2021
Fashion-forward lifestyle brand Violet Studio will be making its debut at this year's London Stationery Show. Combining hand-drawn illustrations with a colourful and on-trend palette, Violet Studio offers chic and approachable stationery collections that aim to inspire creativity in craft and stationery lovers. International craft company, CCGlobal will be showcasing this exciting new stationery brand at the London Stationery Show from Tuesday, 5th to Wednesday, 6th October. They will be shining the spotlight on Violet Studio's brand new ranges, Pastel Crush, Rainbow Blooms, Back to School and more!
Posted: 4 October 2021
Pentel is replacing all its key blister cards with a range of plastic-free packaging made from 100 per cent recyclable cardboard.The new hanging packs combine high impact appearance, with excellent product visibility and are the result of extensive planning and research. Pentel Marketing Manager Wendy Vickery explained, "Moving away from conventional blister cards, with their single-use plastic, is the right thing to do for the environment, but it's not without its challenges. The obvious benefit of the plastic bubble is that it affords full product visibility to the consumer, which is a real advantage in those precious few seconds at the point of sale."
Posted: 30 September 2021