These Paperblanks Tiffany notebooks were inspired by the work of Louis Comfort Tiffany. In their own words:
"Innovative glass creations of an exquisite nature Louis Comfort Tiffany (1948 - 1993) was an American artist and designer who studied in New York and Paris. He went on to develop one of the most distinctive and recognizable styles in the Art Nouveau movement. He is most famous for his celebrated leaded glass windows and lampshades, but he also created glass mosaics, blown glass, ceramics, jewellery, enamels and metalwork. Our journal covers celebrate the brilliant, gem-like colours and elegant designs created by Tiffany and his artisans. The incorporation of leadwork as an integral part of the designs and the subtle and exquisite differences in shading within each portion of glass created objects of magical beauty."
Elegant Coptic Stitching Handstitched books are rare and have become the domain of the connoisseurs or those who can afford the luxury of traditional craftsmanship. Paperblanks welcomes you into this exclusive club with their uniquely priced Handstitched series of books representing the quality and timelessness inherit in the oldest of crafts, the stitching of manuscripts. Our journals, with their open spines that allow the books to lie flat, reveal the handsome Coptic stitching that will hold pages in place far longer than any modern methods. Coptic stitching was developed in Egypt in the fourth century by he Christian Copts and it remains today one of the most beautiful and durable forms of book binding. This is quality, laid bare. For those who love the old book arts and those who love to know how things work, these are the journals for you.
The Seductive Enigma That Is The Cat.
Enjoy a visual flirtation with our most enigmatic domestic companion the cat. Laurel Burch uses her keen intuition and uncanny imagination to create images of whimsy and allure, and moving themes in paint and paper, the vivid colours touched with gold and silver. The trim size and eye-catching covers of these journals will attract the attention of even the most world-weary shoppers. Our Fantastic Felines' journal covers explore the seductive enigma that is the cat.
The Spirit Of The Mythic Horse
Feel the energy as these Mystic Horses leap off the journal covers, with rich colour, and fluid and flowing forms. San Francisco artist Laurel Burch indulges her lifelong passion for the horse, a creature of mythology through millennia, whose power, beauty and vitality never fails to inspire awe.
Woman's Spirit Blossoming
San Francisco artist Laurel Burch has created a collection of paintings to honour the spirit of womankind. In this series, we have captured the magic of the images with her vibrant colours and gold and silver foiling, creating journals that are truly alluring to the touch. The magnetic flap is cut into a triangular shape which partially hides the image on the front cover. With the flap closed, viewers are treated only to a seductive glimpse of the women's faces. When the cover is opened, the full image in all its power is revealed.
Striking, Spectacular & Seductive
What can we say about women's shoes that hasn't been said so eloquently elsewhere?
Nothing really, which is why we're content to let the covers tell the story for us this time around.
A purse-sized object that not only delights, but is a workhorse in the journaling department.
For the Keeping of Thoughts Magical & Sensual
Laurel Burch was a self-taught artist and flower child who sold handmade jewellery on the streets of San Francisco in the 1960s. Later on, she continued to rely on her intuition and passion, speaking from the heart with an unmistakable style that was the manifestation of her love of life and strong imaginative nature. From her fertile imagination, she created brilliantly coloured, vibrant and moving themes with paint and paper, exquisitely embellished with gold and silver.
Laurel Burch was a self-taught artist and "flower child" who sold handmade jewellery on the streets of San Francisco in the 1960s. Later on, she continued to rely on her intuition and passion, speaking from the heart with an unmistakable style that was the manifestation of her love of life and strong imaginative nature. From her fertile imagination, she created brilliantly coloured, vibrant and moving themes with paint and paper,exquisitely embellished with gold and silver.
Is it the eyes? Or is it the tail? What about thise magnificent jowls? Who can say what part of a dog makes it so endearing? Dogs offer us a thousand expressions, each calculated to turn us into fans. Which one is it that truly captures the essence of our dearest companions? These images, by contemporary Brazilian artist Sandro Solsona, present a series of classic canine attitudes and poses with fine, bright wit and a fresh, delightful perspective. Informed people agree that dogs only have good angles - that is why we love them.
For moments of contemplation, impulses of genius. The romantics viewed the world as a place where delicacy and modesty combined to create perfection. Poetical observations of nature, and feelings of tenderness and melancholy, werepreoccupations of the 18th-century Romantic mind. Gentle books of sensibility were the perfect accessory for those moments of contemplation in the garden that led to impulses of genius. Inspired by the antique gilt-embossed leather binding of the 1843 volume "The Poetical Remains of Henry Kirke White of Nottingham", these sublime cover designs are certain to bring out the romantic in anyone.