Relive London Stationery Show in pictures

Check out all the photos from the big show and download your favourites.

It’s hard to believe that this time last week we were all enjoying the delights of London Stationery Show, so StationeryNews felt it’s a perfect time to look over the fabulous pictures from the show.

Check out all the photos from the big show and download your favourites.

^ You can check out the albums for yourself and download any that you like.

Exaclair’s UK marketing manager, Lawrence Savage said: “This year’s show proved to be a successful event for us. Overall, we experienced some of the best footfall in recent times and engagement with our Cernit clay workshops was excellent. We were delighted with the opportunities the show has created for us with current and new customers alike, and it was a pleasure to welcome Theo Paphitis onto our stand as we introduced him to some of our popular Exacompta filing ranges. In addition, we were over the moon to have our Clairefontaine Bamboo watercolour pads announced as winners of the Sustainable Product of the Year category during the esteemed Stationery Awards.”

Above: The Cernt clay modelling workshops from Exaclair went down a treat with visitors.

^ Above: The Cernit clay modelling workshops from Exaclair went down a treat with visitors.

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^ Above: Tallon International unveiled its Draw with Rob range, a new collection in collaboration with Rob Biddulph, YouTube star and bestselling award-winning children’s book author and illustrator. In March 2020 he started #DrawWithRob, a series of twice-weekly draw-along videos designed to help parents whose children were forced to stay home from school due to the coronavirus pandemic. It proved immensely popular, garnering millions of views and national/international media coverage. Rob (right) is pictured with Tallon’s Barry Heath.

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^ Above: Lisa Takahashi, a Somerset-based artist, who makes linocut prints, oil paintings and watercolours, was on the Hahnemühle stand demonstrating linocut and woodblock prints on a range of printmaking papers.

2b STA_SHOW24_Day_1_447^ Above: Kiren Patel (left) and Raj Patel (right) directors of Lorimers, with nine shops across Kent and Surrey, catch up with Tony Foice-Beard, owner of Maple Notes.

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^ Above: Kaweco’s head of sales, Olga Yakavenka (middle) and managing director, Sandra Tesar (right), flew in from Germany to spend the Wednesday talking to visitors about all things Kaweco on the Studio Pens stand with director, Nikki Devine (left). It was Olga’s first time at the show and she commented “it is such a friendly, upbeat atmosphere. It is wonderful to meet so many people who are passionate about Kaweco.”

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^ Above: Looking a bit like a pop group about to burst into song, the indie retail panel on Wednesday was led by Sarah Laker of Stationery Supplies (far right), with (left to right) David Worsfold from Farrants, Sally Stephenson from The Pencil Case, Ray Williams from JPS Stationers and Sandra Jervis from Creative Cove all joining in to discuss everything from why being an independent retailer is so great to funny customer stories.

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^ Above: Martha Keith, founder of Martha Brook told a captivated audience how she has grown her community on Instagram to over 100k followers.

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^ Above: Milly from @blinklettering was on the Staedtler stand demoing the new Pigment Art pens and making hanging decorations for visitors to the show.

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^ Above: Angus Johnson and Michele Ferron from Once Upon A Tuesday had a great show with Angus commenting: “Now in our third year exhibiting at London Stationery Show, we not only have the opportunity to show our ever-growing collections to the high quality of buyers that attend, but we also come away learning so much. Our product range has increased and diversified and this is down to the learnings we take from the buyers. We were kept on our toes over two very busy days, and our new LP Calendars were a huge hit!”

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