Stationery Chat with Amy Cooper-Wright - founder of Mark and Fold
As well as some cool stuff from the web
We’ve had a busy few weeks with the podcast and have launched another episode, an interview with Amy Cooper-Wright, founder of Mark and Fold.
If you’ve never heard of Mark and Fold then you may wish to listen to more of our podcasts as we’re big fans and mention their products often :)
Both Helen and I (Rob) use Mark and Fold products every day.
So, we were honoured to host Amy on the show. We chat notebooks, gaps in the stationery market, sustainability in the industry and the power of preparing yourself with cool stationery. It’s a longer episode than usual - and Amy’s connection was a little crackly but it’s a cracking episode.
A big thank you to Amy for being on the show. Check out the episode here.
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Offer valid until midnight on 1st January 2024.
Our Mark and Fold products in situ
Here’s my Mark and Fold “Everyday notebook” which I use every day for my journal.
And here’s Helen’s “Desk Planner” which she uses every day for scrap notes, doodles and thoughts.
Love this artwork.
Restoring old film posters….yes please.
So neat. So clean. So organised.
One of Helen’s most favourite (and an often under-rated stationery item) is the humble paper clip. Nice to see All Things Analogue stocking some brass ones.
I liked this job advert for a stationery freak (sadly the embed link only shows the first picture which is not the description - click to go to IG and skip to image 2). Detail orientated perfectionists needed.
So calming to watch these stunning drawings being done.
Cheered me up.
Really enjoying this account - a musician who journals. The journal writing is so neat, small and lined up. And those habit tracking tables…
I went down a rabbit hole of Japanese journaling on IG. Took me an hour to get out.
Thanks for reading - don’t forget to check out the podcast and website. And please consider sharing this newsletter with fellow stationery freaks who you think may like it.
Rob and Helen