A field guide to typeface moustaches, thick paper that makes you want to handwrite a letter to your foreign pen pal, badminton-themed rubber stamps sets, gift cards, notebooks, pencils made of paper and 3D glow-in-the-dark world globes. This is the kind of stationery cupboard I would like to procure. Luckily I can find all these little pieces in one place, at Telegram.
Telegram Paper Goods is an exclusive, designer-stationery distributor of a really neat collection of gift goods from some of the world’s most innovative office paper and stationery designers. They supply a well-edited range of some of the best stationery you can get your hands on, to retails outlets around the country. Their collection includes notebooks from Scandinavian cult label Archie Grant, masking tape originally marketed as fly catching paper from Japanese company Kamoi, wax seals by Herbin in France and witty greetings on quality paper from Old Tom Foolery in the US.
They also stock an endearing collection of gift cards, desk accessories, recipe journals and perpetual calendars by Brisbane printing company, Nora Whynot Press, who uses silkscreen printing methods on recycled paper.
Their website is very comprehensive, so when you need to restock the office supplies next, pack up your pencil case, gather up all your paper clips and check out where you can find some useful, new pieces to further clutter your desk.
Find out where you can find your nearest Telegram stockist on the website. The list includes:
Telegram’s will be launching their spring/summer collection at the Reed Gift Fair at the Melbourne Showgrounds from tomorrow until August 11.