Locale: Atlanta, Georgia
"I try to make all of my products feel really special and always have some element of hand. Whether it be hand lettering, an illustration, or all in the process––every single piece has been designed to tell the story of how it was made."
Erica's clean, hand-lettered stationery might look
exceptionally simple (that's the idea, after all), but don't let that fool ya. With a background in architecture and a keen eye for detail, Erica's the first to admit that she can overcomplicate things a little. But when the so-called complications mean using antique presses to print hand-drawn letters and illustrations onto real paper with real ink? They're well worth it. Even many of her intricate papercuts are cut by hand. And it's this dedication that makes each and every piece feel special––just like the person who receives it.< less
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