June 2011 Gift Guide: Paper Love

Our June Gift Guide is here! This month (and pretty much all the time) we’re loving paper! This month we asked guest contributors to share their top 6 favourite indie design items based around the paper theme, from both Australia and around the world. These are all special pieces that could make a perfect gift for someone special or even something for yourself! Make sure you check out our other gift guides too!


Matthew from Matthew Roland shares his top 6 indie picks:

1. Light of the North by Ghostpatrol & Miso
2. Memo Posting by MMMG
3. Desk-It by Poketo
4. Wearable Paper Workshop with Bianca Chang at Matthew Roland & Friends
5. Old Book Washi Paper Tape from Upon a Fold
6. Blank Sectional Globy by Geographia


Alischa from Bespoke Letterpress shares her top 6 indie picks:

1. Bunny Print by Debbiecarlos
2. Nested Grass Owl by ReneeTreml
3. Red Robbin aka the Mushroom King by kittensandcrumpets
4. Five Whales print by unitedthread
5. Rose Rabbit by Courtney Brims
6. Diamond Pullover print by myfolklover


Tabitha from Tabitha Emma shares her top 6 indie picks:

1. Recycled Map Garland by Sara Tops
2. Map tags by the home of olivia
3. Sailing ship tags by Petite Paperie
4. All for one and one for all by New Ivy Style
5. Repurposed storybook notepad by Little Bird
6. Pirate notebooks by Allira Tee

Lisa from Lox + Savvy and The Paper Convention Collective shares her top 6 indie picks:

1.  Design and Art with Paper by Papercraft 2
2. Paper puppet collection by Furze Chan
3. Works on paper by A4 Paper Festival artist Bianca Chang
4. OWT Reality Zine interpretations of the word Reality by OWT
5. 70’s paperclip ribbon from Present and Correct
6. Writing Machines – “Unplug and Reconnect series” by Brady & Kowalski


Justine from Upon a Fold shares her top 6 indie picks:

1. A Cloud by Katsumi Komagata
2. Lluvia by Cecilia Afonso Esteves
3. Angels Breath Paper Garland by Maisy and Alice
4. Weathered Letters by Studio Of Hearts
5. Pyjama Infinity Flip Book by Elina Minn
6. Decorative Papercut Stamps by Seki Mihoko

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