If 2016 was the year of the boss lady, then 2017 was definitely the year of lady power at the National Stationery Show! Several booths had entire collections dedicated to female empowerment, from celebrating female relationships to historical perspectives on women’s rights and the role of women in political change. Today I thought we’d take a closer look at some of those booths, starting with a booth completely dedicated to celebrating strong women â€“ She Paper!
If you’re looking for a bit of extra motivation for political action, Dahlia Press has you covered!
Female empowerment and a healthy dose of history from Blackbird Letterpress:
Lady power postcards from Party Sally!
Paper Epiphanies has a full collection devoted to empowering women, from art prints to mugs and notepads!
I love Emily McDowell‘s realistic take on lady power â€“ women helping empower other women through late night text message exchanges! So I’m not the only one??
In the Banquet Workshop booth, an art print and tea towel featuring the silhouettes of radical women!
Photo Credits: Nole Garey and Hannah Nowack for Oh So Beautiful Paper