“An Incomplete Dictionary of Show Birds began with a very simple idea, that I wanted to photograph budgies. I met a great deal of people (mostly men) who were very knowledgeable about their hobby and only too happy to share it with me. Their enthusiasm became infectious so that by simply photographing a species I felt I was adding it to my collection.” - LUKE STEPHENSON
We are on the look out for a new Sarah a.k.a a printing apprentice to join our team. If you love wrapping paper, design and have a keen eye for detail then you're for us!
For more info click HERE.
Midway through this year Inky Co. will be moving to a new HQ. I'm extremely excited, it's finally a chance to create a space that really inspires and I love to work in. I'm currently in the process of collecting bits and pieces that can go in the new office, so far I have a giant dining room table with a stainless steel top that was ridiculously cheap and a cute nest of tables...it's going to be a slow process. I'm really keen to keep it to a neutral theme, I love colour (as you can probably tell) but I want something that I can add splashes of colour to without feeling like I work in a circus tent. Following this theme I've collected some little bits and pieces that have caught my eye over the past week. You can see more of my dream office ideas over on the Inky Co. PINTEREST page.
PILLOW // CATS // GLOBE // STOPPER // WRAPPING PAPER // EARRINGS // BAGS // PENS // COASTERS
To match our latest DIY tip, COVER IT!, we have four freebie printable schoolbook nameplates ready to download now. Please take the time to read the instructions and important information found below.
Download: PRINTABLE SCHOOLBOOK NAMEPLATES
Just print them off on lovely thick card (or normal printer paper) and cut them out following the guide lines. Enjoy!
Please read the Conditions of Use at the bottom of this post for important copyright information.
If you have any issues with downloading the PDF, try right-clicking ('Ctrl' and click for the mac) on the download button and saving directly to your computer. We've printed these cards on normal white printed paper, then used spray adhesive to stick them onto good quality white card stock. We have then cut them out using a ruler and scalpel.
The downloadable pdfs in this blog post (and across the Inky Co. site) are free for personal use only. They are strictly not for commercial use. If you wish to incorporate any of the Inky Co. designs in your own personal projects, please credit Inky Co. and include a link to the Inky Co. site. Please do not distribute any of Inky Co.'s downloadable files.
If you wish to blog about this article, please feel free to use the photo as long as they are accompanied with a credit and link back to the Inky Co. site and/or this article. As a courtesy please do not link directly to a downloadable file but rather to this page.
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