I love maps and traveling is always a good reason to grab some nice looking maps and go explore. I’ve recently been to New York City and here’s the selection of New York travel maps I used to (re)discover the city:
It’s been a while I started this list of map-related products that could be nice gifts, and I was like “who cares if it’s not the Xmas season?”… Well, time has passed and it’s only now that I’m able to publish this article, so here it is! Are you looking for a gift for that […]
Whether you prefer A Clockwork Orange or Orange is the new black, well, it’s all about orange stationery today! In the last few months I’ve been surrounded by orange stationery. I made this selection to answer all your cravings for anything orange (but mostly stationery, books and maps!). It features some of my favourite stationery […]
Monday inspiration is back with some greenery today. Readings, notebooks, and city discoveries are on the menu!
While on a city escape in Porto, Portugal, I’ve been chasing nice bits of stationery. To my delight, I found some interesting articles and local brands. Porto is a lovely city (charming people, nice streets to stroll, lots of history and a great atmosphere), and arts & craft makers are quite active there. Spoiler: This […]
Maps can be fascinating. It’s about knowing where you are, or where you want to get lost. It’s picturing a place, giving it its own spirit on the paper (or online, let’s be modern). It’s a gateway to another world, where your imagination is free to travel to unknown or far-away locations. It’s also the […]
For those of you who like to discover new cities, map in hand, but with a budget on the low side, Use-It Europe city guides are just the thing. With cool graphics, these guides will take you off the beaten tracks. Started in Belgium, the Use-It project has extended throughout Europe to offer free tourist […]
Here is something for the curious-minded, paper-loving traveller. Herb Lester Associates is an English company editing lovely travel guides for city breaks. Whenever I travel to a new city, I check if a Herb Lester Guide exists, and I’ve never been disappointed so far!