Thursday, July 3, 2008

stamps via land or sea

I can't rave enough about Yellow Owl Workshop. Few things service a traveler as well as good stationary or a journal; and San Francisco's Yellow Owl serves up the preverbial hotplate of homemade delight.
Each of their limited edition stamp sets, seen above, are made from molded natural rubber, mounted onto maple, and even come in a custom birch box that is sanded and waxed by hand.
You can use the five stamps included in the set to mimic the scene pictured above or to create your own land or sea scape.
Further, Yellow Owl's hardbound journals are "handmade from start to finish" and their stationary comes with a personal consultation with the artist and founder, Christine Schmidt, as well as an original drawing.  

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