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In the “Letterpress Digest” podcast, novice printer Jordan Berry talks about all things letterpress with some of the most influential and experienced artists, designers, and printers who are using letterpress printing today. You’ll hear guests talk about the resurgence of letterpress and their first printing press as well as numerous helpful and practical tips like how people launched their letterpress business, what type of ink they use, how they found their printing press, how to design fo ...
 
The Print Cast is a podcast about the expanding world of printmaking today. Host Nick Naughton talks with some of the best contemporary printmakers working today, including designers, illustrators, collaborative print artists, commercial printers, letterpress, foil stampers, and even book binders. Nick and his guests talk shop sharing anecdotes, business ideas, and technical tips with listeners everywhere. It's about the print shops, the artists, the process, and why we make all the prints t ...
 
Books in the Wild is a podcast investigating the hidden stories behind books and printed matter. Instead of reviewing books for solely on their written content, we try to offer varying perspectives on everything from conception to creation to reception. This is a podcast about book arts: letterpress printing, bookbinding, artists' books, small press and independent publishing, and stories from book history.
 
The New Disruptors tells stories that provide practical inspiration about the way that creative people and producers connect with audiences to perform, cajole, convince, sell, and interact using new methods. Hosted by Glenn Fleishman, a freelance technology reporter and typographic historian. Produced by Aperiodical LLC.
 
Proof to Product takes you behind the scenes of growing a product-based business. Join us each week as our alumni, speakers and friends share their successes, struggles and how they’ve made difficult but important transitions in their business to continue growing. You’ll gather inspiration, learn about new resources, and hear new ways of scaling your creative business. Proof to Product is hosted by founder, Katie Hunt. Since 2011, Proof to Product has helped thousands of product based busine ...
 
What would you do if you could not fail? Studio 78 is a podcast for creative entrepreneurs (artist, makers, educators, coaches, curators, designers, etc.) who want to learn how to make money from their passion. The studio is filled with stories from everyday females with extraordinary stories of entrepreneurship. They share how they’ve achieved success through personal and self-development, productivity, marketing, and determination. Nache Snow encourages you to find and pursue your passion ...
 
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Hey! it's Happy Hour at The Stationery Cafe again! This week, April from @penguinscreative and Kelly from @kellyloveletters recovers from an exhaustive Hobonichi Unboxing weekend, and share some stationery news in the community: New releases from Take-a-Note planner and Field Notes! We love creators who put in thoughts into the product designs and …
 
Hey friends! Today I want to chat with you about the recent Faire Summer market and share both insights and concerns after leading hundreds of people through what is likely our first of many online trade shows. I’m happy to report that our Paper Camp alumni community and LABS members had some strong sales during the show. Some received a handful of…
 
In this week’s episode with a stationery lover, April from @penguinscreative invites Ayako from the Japanese stationery store: Cute Things From Japan! Ayako’s stationery-filled dream started from Etsy and is operating as a cute little physical shop and online store today! We had to ask her what it’s like to own a stationery store in Japan, where pe…
 
Happy Wednesday! it's Happy Hour at The Stationery Cafe! This week, April from @penguinscreative and Kelly from @kellyloveletters shares some new stationery in the community: some MORE cool planners from Malaysia, a cool functional scissor from Japan, and a vintage-styled artist from Taiwan. Kelly gives us the latest in the ink world, as usual, and…
 
Hey friends! With the world being such a visual place, more and more of our customers are relying on product photography to tell them a story. We only have a few seconds to quickly grab our customers’ attention and get them engaged in what we’re selling. That’s why in this episode I’m talking with Chaitra Radhakrishna. Chaitra is the founder of Pin…
 
In this week’s episode with a stationery lover, April from @penguinscreative chats with Paula from @meowpawjournals about her love for notebooks, Asian stationery, and floral washi tapes. Paula is from Chile but her stationery style is influenced by America, UK creators, and Taiwanese indie artists! Today she creates beautiful spreads in the UK, an…
 
Welcome to Happy Hour at The Stationery Cafe! This week, April from @penguinscreative and Kelly from @kellyloveletters shares some new stationery as fall is approaching. April is always looking for new planner layouts, and she found Nolty U365 (A-day-a-page) and Brownie Techou as strong contenders. Kelly found a coveted magazine that catalogs over …
 
Hey friends! Ever considered what it might be like to run a business remotely? Or even in a completely different country? That’s exactly what today’s guest, Christine Herrin did when she moved to the Philippines for a year while continuing to run her business in the United States. Christine has such a cool story and was actually chosen to participa…
 
In this week’s episode with a stationery lover, April from @penguinscreative sits down with Andy from @storiedpages to talk about how he began the journey with stationery through Traveler’s Notebook, and the slow discovery of stamps, stickers, and all the tools we love in the stationery community. With a background in fashion design, Andy shares hi…
 
It's Happy Hour at The Stationery Cafe! This week, April from @penguinscreative and Kelly from @kellyloveletters talk about some stationery they are looking forward to––New Japanese planners, inking up for Fall, and some stationery we will NOT be buying (because we are responsible adults...). Join us with a drink and listen to some new things in th…
 
Hey friends! Have you ever considered what it might be like to marry your interests and passions within your business? In this episode, I brought on Jordan Kentris of A Good Day, a bespoke experience studio specializing in custom stationery, events, branding and user experience. Jordan has taken his love for physical products and his background in …
 
In this week’s episode, April takes on the big question of -- What planner or journal should you use to get started in the journaling world? In this solo episode, I go over all the various kinds of journals and planner systems you can consider for the next year. I also answer questions about planner peace, the analog journey, and the notebook syste…
 
Welcome to Happy Hour at The Stationery Cafe where April from @penguinscreative invites Kelly from @kellyloveletters to talk about our favorite stationery items this week! We talked about how the yokai Amabie is trending in Japan and its stationery world, wax seals, felt tip pens where you can fill with your own fountain pen inks, and some new plan…
 
Hey friends! It’s no secret that putting yourself out there can be a huge hurdle for many entrepreneurs. In today’s episode, I was joined by Paper Camp Alum and LABS member, Tiffany McGraw of Paper Rehab. Tiffany gives us insight into her own experience of overcoming the vulnerability of pitching herself as an entrepreneur by reframing the word “no…
 
Phyllis from @misslingbloom and April from @penguinscreative is back again with a summer life and journaling updates! Is Phyllis in a new system again? And what has April bought in her recent hauls? With stationery brands releasing their 2021 planner news, there is a lot to think about in regards to our journal and planner and lineup next year. Joi…
 
It's Happy Hour again at The Stationery Cafe Happy Hour where April from @penguinscreative invites Kelly from @kellyloveletters to talk about our favorite stationery items this week! We share something new in the stationery world, something we own, and something in our shopping cart! This week we cover another new Taiwanese 2021 planner, Traveler's…
 
Hey friends! As more and more of you are dipping your toes into the world of virtual tradeshows I’ve been receiving questions on how to build out strategic marketing plans for these events. That’s why today I am exploring the tactics you can implement to help reach more of your wholesale customers at a virtual tradeshow event. You’ll learn how you …
 
In this week’s episode with a stationery lover, April from @penguinscreative sits down with Anna from @girlandquill to discuss her love for all things classical and vintage and how she incorporates that into her stationery corners and journaling styles. We also talk about stationery minimalism and how we can use that to be more intentional about th…
 
Welcome to another episode of The Stationery Cafe Happy Hour where April from @penguinscreative invites Kelly from @kellyloveletters to talk about our favorite stationery items this week! We share something new in the stationery world, something we own, and something in our shopping cart! April shares her favorite Taiwanese brands this week and Kel…
 
Hey friends! As we all continue to navigate through this pandemic it’s important that you continue to connect with your customers and build strong relationships with them. Something as simple as checking in with your wholesale clients or retail customers can go a long way in making them feel cared for. That’s exactly what today’s guest, Kate Murray…
 
In this week’s episode with a stationery lover, April from @penguinscreative invites our first male guest, James from @jxxmxsx, to talk about all things journaling! We talked about how he utilizes the journaling habit to create beautiful spreads from blank in his Traveler’s Notebooks. He also shares his collaging tips and tricks! We also discuss th…
 
Hey friends! Does being an entrepreneur ever make you feel overwhelmed? Maybe you’re having tons of business success and checking things off of your to-do list but you still don’t feel satisfied at the end of the day. I’m a firm believer in creating strategic plans and taking action in business. Sometimes, however, our mindset, boundaries, personal…
 
In this week’s episode with a stationery enthusiast, April from @penguinscreative sits down with Cecile from @cissyartcafe. We talked about how her passion for art and drawing grew out of college and blossomed into a Patreon and online shop today. Cecile loves watercolor and journaling in her Traveler’s Notebook with a Hobonichi Weeks’ twist on the…
 
Hey friends! Have you ever wondered what it might be like to turn your hobby into a business? That’s exactly what today’s guest, Amber Kemp-Gerstel did and today she came on to talk about her journey in the crafting industry. Amber is a powerhouse. Not only does she have a blog called Damask Love but she also runs YayDay Paper Co., selling digital …
 
Watercolor goes hand in hand with stationery and creative collaging in the journaling community. In this week’s episode with a stationery lover, April from @penguinscreative chats with Connie from @pepperconarts about how she uses her traveler’s notebooks and other planners in her life. We also explore how Connie began the journey of handmade water…
 
Printmakers Against Racism is a project that launches today, on the day of this recording July 25th, 2020. Desiree Aspiras is the founder of the project which aims to engage printmakers across the world to sell their printss and donate the proceeds to support the fight against systemic racial injustice. In lieu of the project launch, Desiree and I …
 
Joining me on The Print Cast are Rudy Salgado Jr. and Susanna Crum of Calliope Arts in Louisville, KY. They are an artist couple who run their studio on the first floor of the building they live in near downtown Louisville. We talk about C-19, a print publishing project they started during quarantine that benefits KY and Southern Indiana artists. O…
 
Hey friends! I know right now has been a very confusing time for so many of us... I actually brought on Meg Sutton today for a hot seat episode to really dive deep into where she should be focusing in her business. You might be familiar with Meg as she has been on the podcast a few times before and is a long time client of mine. Meg Sutton is the b…
 
Phyllis from @misslingbloom and April from @penguinscreative has a lot of updates for their current journaling setups! From Hobonichi Cousin Avec July book switch to starting the Yohand journal, we have a lot of exciting spread ideas! There is also a lot of news in the Stationery community: stores are slowly shipping to the US, new Kyoto Traveler's…
 
Hey friends! Does Pinterest sometimes feel like just another social media platform you have to keep up with? I’m here to tell you this: it’s so much more than that. Pinterest is a powerful search engine, much like Google and by leveraging your Pinterest strategy, you could potentially be bringing tons of traffic to your website. That’s why I wanted…
 
In this week’s episode with stationery enthusiasts, April from @penguinscreative chats with Abbey Sy @abbeysy about her journey of hand lettering and recording life creatively through analog! Abbey is an artist and author of many journaling and hand lettering related guide books, based in Manila, Philippines. Her classical but colorful style when i…
 
Hey friends! Did you know that when someone lands on your website you only have 5 seconds to capture their attention? That’s not a lot of time, so I wanted to bring on an expert to help you better understand how you can maximize those 5 seconds and get people to stick around longer. Whether you’ve been in business for many years or are just getting…
 
April from @penguinscreative chats with Sara McNally from @constellationco this week to talk about being a letterpress and stationery store owner in Seattle, and her obsession with all things snail mail. A fellow stationery enthusiast and a lover of letter writing, Sara transforms her emotions and personal experiences to paper, amazing greeting car…
 
If you're a printmaker, I hope you've heard of Atelier 17. The widely acclaimed mid-century Manhattan print studio was known for being an inclusive environment to make and expand the craft of printmaking. My guest today is Christina Weyl, author of a new book "The Women of Atelier 17: Modernist Printmaking in Midcentury New York." Christina Weyl is…
 
Splitting your company into two sister brands is not for everyone. However, it could be an option for you if you are finding yourself with very different product offerings (and a discrepancy in exactly who you're targeting). That was the case for today’s guest, Stephanie Clarke. Some of you might remember Stephanie as she’s been on the podcast befo…
 
April from @penguinscreative invites Neil and Daisy from @yoseka.stationery this week to talk about opening a store in New York City, blending Taiwanese and other Asian stationery with the US market, and their favorite journaling setups! They began as a subscription service to a physical stationery experience today. We talked about our favorite sta…
 
The Print Cast supports Black Lives Matter and believes in justice for those who have been oppressed by systemic racism. I've been making time to reflect and to learn about the issues at hand, and I am reflecting on how I can be involved and support the movement. I'm going to work to make sure this podcast is part of the healing and change that thi…
 
We spend years growing our product lines, working hard to add more SKUs and expanding into new product categories. But at what point is it too much? How much product is too much? On today's Proof to Product episode, Katie Hunt talks explains when you should consider discontinuing product. She also offers strategies for what to do with your disconti…
 
April from @penguinscreative chats with Mitsuko from @mylifemits this week about Japanese stationery, traveler's notebook, Hobonichi, and our love for multiple planners. Mits is an inspiration in the journaling community for her informative reviews and 'Journal With Me' videos on Youtube, and today curates an awesome selection of unique Japanese st…
 
Slow and steady growth is how strong businesses are built. This is something that I strongly believe and is exactly what today’s guest, Stephanie Harvey has done as she has grown her business. Stephanie Harvey is the artist and entrepreneur behind exit343design. She’s a Paper Camp alumni who's been in the business since falling in love with screen …
 
April from @penguinscreative invites Nicole Barlettano from @plansthatblossom to join her in a conversation about journaling styles, bullet journaling, and her creative ventures in the stationery world. We met at Plannercon while geeking out over Hobonichi and hand lettering activities. From creating doodle-inspired spreads to hosting workshops aro…
 
This week, we are amplifying the voices of black artists and business leaders by re-running three of our previous episodes. Have you ever come home from a long day at your corporate job and realized like, “Okay, so my job is feeding my family, but definitely not my soul.” What do you do? Well, today's Proof to Product guest is telling us how she fi…
 
This week, we are amplifying the voices of black artists and business leaders by re-running three of our previous episodes. When we first start our businesses, more often than not, we don’t have the big picture idea of what our brand or business will look like down the road. So many of us embark on this so-called maker’s journey, where we truly dis…
 
This week, we are amplifying the voices of black artists and business leaders by re-running three of our previous episodes. Today we have a great episode in store for you with guest Jeanetta Gonzales, a Los Angeles-based graphic designer, and illustrator. Jeanetta began her career as a graphic designer working for corporate companies such as WedMD,…
 
April from @penguinscreative chats with Christine Herrin from @everydayexplorersco this week about all things stamps, paper, and stationery. Christine is a graphic designer AND a stationery lover that turns her daily wins and relatable quotes into useful stamps and stickers for your journaling projects. From launching Papercon in Manila to developi…
 
Morgan Harper Nichols is an artist and poet whose work is inspired by real-life interactions and stories. Morgan spent the first couple of years of her professional life as a college admission counselor, and then, as a full-time touring singer-songwriter and musician. It was on the road that she cultivated her curiosity and passion for writing, art…
 
April from @penguinscreative welcomes Kaila from @rainbowholic on to the show this week to deep dive into the world of Rainbowholic. Listen to the story of how Kaila began her stationery adventure in Japan and how her patreon came to be! Listen to behind the scenes stories of her colorful videos and how she uses her journaling spreads to share her …
 
Hey friends! Are you making sure to pay yourself for your work? There’s often a big misconception that only new business owners struggle with how to pay themselves for their time, effort and expertise. However, it’s no secret that both new and experienced entrepreneurs run into this problem from time to time. I wanted to make things a little easier…
 
Phyllis from @misslingbloom and April from @penguinscreative shares their respective hauls through the month of April and May due to quarantine boredom and retail therapy. We talk about new washi tapes and new notebooks, explore new journaling setups, sticker obsessions, and the perfect outfit for a journaling session. What’s your stationery haul d…
 
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