NSS 2017 Sneak Peek: Iron Curtain Press

With less than two weeks (!!) to go before this year’s National Stationery Show, I’m super excited to share a sneak peek from Rosanna of Iron Curtain Press and Shop Shorthand (Booth #1763). Rosanna has a bunch of fun new releases planned for this year’s show, including a brand new pocket-size notebook and new marker and pencil pouches! Love! 

NSS 2017 Sneak Peek: Iron Curtain Press

From RosannaIntroducing our new pouches! The Pencil Pouch is made with engineer stripe denim with brass zippers. The Marker Pouch is made with Japanese ticking stripe canvas also with a brass zipper. They are made in Los Angeles. I wanted to create bags that hold the pens I use every day. I’ve found that so many pencil bags aren’t long enough for a brand new pencil, so I made ours a little longer than the standard pencil bag. The Marker pouch came from the idea that sometimes you want to have more than just a few of your favorite pens at your disposal. Plus markers tend to be even longer than pencils, so I wanted a bag that could easily hold them all.

NSS 2017 Sneak Peek: Iron Curtain Press

The Reporter notebook is a 3″ x 5” wire-bound notebook, with 80 perforated sheets that come in our standard lined, graph or sketch sheets. They are available in all 5 of our cover colors. Perfect for all your note taking on-the-go.

NSS 2017 Sneak Peek: Iron Curtain Press

The Calendar Pad is 8.5″ x 11″, with 26 tear off sheets and a heavy chipboard backer. Each month is laid out with five dateless weeks so you can fill it out however you like.

NSS 2017 Sneak Peek: Iron Curtain Press

The Task Pad is an 8.5″ x 5.5” wire-bound notebook with 80 perforated sheets of check box glory. Also available in all five of our cover colors. So much productivity in one pad.

NSS 2017 Sneak Peek: Iron Curtain Press

Thanks so much Rosanna!

More from Iron Curtain Press right here and Shop Shorthand here – and if you’re attending the National Stationery Show in a couple of weeks, you can visit them in booth 1763 to see everything in person at the show!

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