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  • Handwriting analysis on Signature Saturday

    Posted on April 29, 2017 by National Stationery Week

    To celebrate #SignatureSaturday, Sheaffer asked renowned graphologist Adam Brand to analysis the handwriting of various jobs to see if their was major differences across jobs and ages. Dan Tyte, Author, 36 ‘X’ ing in the signature (1) – the public image of the writer – shows a competitive spirit. The long final stroke in the signature […]

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  • Writing matters to The Roald Dahl Charity because…

    Posted on April 26, 2017 by National Stationery Week

    This National Stationery Week Roald Dahl’s Marvellous Children’s Charity thinks about why writing matters Roald Dahl’s Marvellous Children’s Charity is delighted to be supported by the London Stationery Show this week as part of National Stationery Week.  As a small national charity, working in the area of specialist nursing care for children and young people with complex care […]

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  • Writing matters to the Lettering Arts Trust because …..

    Posted on April 24, 2017 by National Stationery Week

      ‘In the beginning was the word’….. but how was that word displayed….. as a cave painting or hieroglyphics or etched into stone. Word display has adopted many guises from those origins through to pen on parchment, typewriter and now digital display that appears on a screen. Throughout it all carved symbols or letters into […]

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  • Writing matters to Samanah Duran because….

    Posted on March 8, 2017 by National Stationery Week

    “I feel that handwriting still plays a key part in adding that personal touch when connecting to someone. I have had the pleasure of receiving so many heartfelt warming letters and notes over the years and I never get tired of reading them, especially ones from my grandparents. I feel that now we have adapted […]

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    Writing Matters to the National Stationery Week team because…

    Posted on March 6, 2017 by National Stationery Week

    We asked Tim Willoughby and Chris Leonard Morgan from the National Stationery Week team why Writing Matters to them. Here are their answers…         “Writing Matters to me because my best ideas never start with ‘Ctrl’ ‘Alt’ ‘Delete               “There are a number of reasons, some […]

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  • My Favourite Things

    Posted on March 5, 2017 by Vanessa Fortnam

    img34Pen2Paper magazine asked London Stationery Show founder, Chris Leonard-Morgan, to name his six favourite stationery items.  …

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  • Letters all over the world with Toby Little

    Posted on March 3, 2017 by National Stationery Week

    It seems ages since half term week but a lot has happened to me since then including the fact that I started to blog for National Stationery Week. It’s really exciting! I started my project in June 2013, and since then, I have had over 400 responses to my letters. That’s a lot of different […]

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    Why writing matters to Natalie Trice.

    Posted on February 23, 2017 by National Stationery Week

      My name is Natalie and I am a writer.   I write for a living, I blog for fun and oh yes, I am an author too.   My love of writing started when I was in reception. Mrs. Armstrong would keep our crayons in tobacco tins and my prize possession was a little […]

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  • Writing by hand DOES matter

    Posted on May 25, 2016 by National Stationery Week

    YouGov logoThere is a lot of discussion in the media about whether writing by hand is any…

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  • Future Proofing Stationery

    Posted on May 13, 2016 by Vanessa Fortnam

    castelli black and gold collectionSo how does the stationery industry stay ahead of the curve? The speakers at last month’s…

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  • Writing Matters to Paperchase’s David Bateman because…

    Posted on April 30, 2016 by National Stationery Week

    “…despite all things digital thriving over the last decade (with no sign of slowing), you’d think that writing in the traditional sense would be history but we continue to see a rise in the sales of letter writing products and associated gifts, as well as Arts and Crafts. In today’s world customers are as eager […]

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    Writing Matters to Evo Group’s Matt Nuttall because…

    Posted on April 26, 2016 by National Stationery Week

    “…its vital in all aspects and stages of life. From greeting cards through to lecture and meeting notes, writing keeps a record of essential moments in time, but it keeps it in a personal way with each person’s individual style- which is instantly recognisable as theirs and theirs alone.” Matt Nuttall is Product Marketing Coordinator at Evo […]

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