We’re very excited to announce that we’re about to move from the UK to the United States. We’ve been living in Cambridge (UK) for a couple of years now and it’s where we happily quit our day jobs and started our business together last year.
Business as usual. We’re not changing anything about our business with this move. We’ll just be working for a different 12 hours from the 24 available. Our clients tend to come from the Americas, Australasia and the UK and for two of those we’ll be closer to our clients. This should make it easier to agree on arranging Skype calls but beyond that there’s no change.
Amongst the hilled green vistas of Maryland lies a small city, Ellicott City. Its’ Main Street is lined with antique stores, flavourful restaurants and coffee shops. It’s twenty minutes drive from Baltimore, which is about twice the size of Cambridge with more than five times the population. More than that it’s a region with an active creative community flowing from the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) into channels of local and regional commerce. Philadelphia sits on Baltimore’s doorstep at a relatively close two hour drive, New York is within a comfortable four hours.
For any The Wire enthusiasts, all they need to know is that we’ll be Westsiders.
We’ll be working from a bigger studio with better amenities and the luxuries that go with car ownership. As we suggested, this is a big change for us but for our audience little will change beyond pricing our products in dollars rather than pounds and spelling the odd word, well, oddly. We’ll be working harder than ever to get out, meet our new neighbours and to make new friends. We’ve already exchanged a few emails with some future neighbours and they seem very nice. We’re excited to meet new people so if we’re moving in nearby feel free to send us an email or a tweet and let’s go for a coffee!← →
December 29, 2021
During my six weeks away from wedding stationery I wanted to reconnect with one of my first loves: painting. It felt great to engage with paint again, on large scale pieces, it was absolutely liberating. It’s hard to describe the effect painting has on my brain: it’s aggravating and healing all at the same time, Read the rest.
December 12, 2021
After a very condensed, stressful and chaotic 2021 I needed a break. During November I decided to take on significantly less stationery commissions for my mental and emotional well being. It’s my first vacation longer than a weekend since 2016 and it felt amazing to lift off that responsibility and to change context for a Read the rest.
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