We’re delighted to be showcasing an exciting range of innovative, sustainable products at this year’s London Stationery Show, which is being held at the Business Design Centre, Islington between 17th-18th May.
If you are planning on visiting the show, make sure you come down to Stand M400 where we will have all of our brand new lines on display.
We’re very excited to be a part of the 2022 Stationery Matters Awards and are thrilled that we have no less than 5 nominations shortlisted! All of the finalists will be on display across the awards section of the show, so do go take a look at all the latest innovations on view! See our full article here.
Teksto from Exacompta
Among the products on display will be the range of Exacompta Teksto filling and desktop accessories, which feature a pioneering vegetal coating that offers both durability and water resistancy. Furthermore, Teksto items benefit from a revolutionary manufacturing process which utilises production offcuts of up to 25% in the manufacture of new card.
In addition, the new Maïa range of filing products will be available. This stylish assortment of chic, vibrantly coloured Blue Angel™ certified organisation products are made from 100% recycled post-consumer plastic waste.
Don’t forget you can also view a number of our other ecologically aware ranges within the ‘Sustainability Matters’ section of the show.
Molotow x Clairefontaine
There will also be a focus on the ever growing range of Clairefontaine fine art and crafting products, with their latest extensions to the bestselling PaintON pads collection on display.
This also includes a collection of recently launched acrylic and watercolour sets, which have been developed in collaboration with the graffiti street art brand Molotow™.
A wide range of premium Clairefontaine stationery collections, including the Jungle Harmony and Animalis ranges, will also be profiled. Additionally, the latest metallic coloured Rhodia notebooks and Goalbook Creation journals will on the stand.
Not only will the successful Décopatch range be profiling its refreshed mix of the popular mini kits, but visitors can also experience this fun and imaginative paper crafting activity for themselves, as we’ll be running ‘Learn to Décopatch’ demonstrations between 11.40-12.05 on both days of the show. These are being run as part of the Creative Matters workshops, which are free to attend.