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Artisan Spotlight: Alexa Pulitzer

Stationery, ArtisiansJill RedmonComment

Alexa Pulitzer is most definitely New Orleans’ First Lady of Stationery. We believe she's a shining example of NOLA's spirit. We are excited for the newest edition of wildlife stationary with her Horn-abet line of monogram pieces emblazoned with staghorns.

“I wanted people to know I was proud to be a daughter of New Orleans,”  says Pulitzer.

à votre santé, Ms. Pulitzer! 

We stopped in our tracks when we first saw Alexa's unique work in 2014. We fell for her captivating French Quarter and wildlife motifs, beautifully printed in New Orleans. We love to meet the artist alongside their work. Alexa is all around fabulous; her artwork, business sense, flair and joie de vivre. Everyone at Paper and Grace loves the newest addition to this noteworthy line. 

Stop by the shop to see more of the collection or click here to shop online. 

~from Jackson Hole, with love~

amy j

Artisan Spotlight: Field Notes

Stationery, ArtisiansJill RedmonComment

For those of us that enjoy the tactile quality of pen (or pencil) and paper there's no substitute for Field Notes. These notebooks/planners have developed a cult following that has reached well beyond their mid-west roots (count us among them). Inspired by utilitarian agricultural memo books and ornate pocket ledgers of Americana, these hardy little books are more than up to the tasks of modern life.

In addition to making a great gift for your hip-friend-who-has-everything, favorite traveler, or aspiring writer, they're also charming enough to infuse your own day-to-day organization needs with a bit of adventure.