Popular Preorders

John Derian Paper Goods: Kitchen Delights 80-Page Notepad (Other printed item)

Pre-Order Now Badge
John Derian Paper Goods: Kitchen Delights 80-Page Notepad Cover Image
$10.95
Coming Soon - Available for Pre-Order Now

Description


What nourishes you?A crisp fall apple? A luscious strawberry? Here’s a pad with patterns of antique floral prints perfect for jotting down lists, ideas, and important notes with delicious style.
 
• 80 easy tear-off pages
• 4 different designs repeat throughout

About the Author


John Derian is an artist and designer who transforms printed images from the past, and in doing so transports the viewer to another world. He established John Derian Company Inc. in 1989, and his decoupage plates, platters, paperweights, coasters, and bowls are still entirely handmade in his studio in New York City, where he employs a small staff of artisans to assist with production. His designs are sold at upscale home stores, in catalogs, and at gift shops worldwide, and he has designed exclusive collections for Cisco Brothers, Astier de Villatte, Target, and more. His retail shops, studio, and homes have been featured in Vogue, T: The New York Times Style Magazine, The World of Interiors, Elle Decor, and Vanity Fair, among others.


Product Details
ISBN: 9781648290855
ISBN-10: 164829085X
Publisher: Artisan
Publication Date: April 13th, 2021
Pages: 80
Series: John Derian Paper Goods

Harry Potter Audiobooks through Libro.fm

Staff Picks

Isla Morley's The Last Blue takes place mainly in 1937 and a bit in the 1970s and is about Havens, a struggling photographer and his reporter sent by Roosevelt to document America’s working class. They are sent to Appalachia and encounter elusive-for-a-reason siblings who are Blue people. The photographer is instantly smitten, falls (literally) head over heels for Jubilee and tries to keep quiet about these folks in the hollers who are “different”. This historical fiction novel indicates clearly the depths of hatred some “right-colored” people have for people who are “different” (poverty, upbringing, skin color) from themselves but is finally, a luminous love story, with Havens learning to let go as Jubilee learns to stand up for herself. When I slow down my reading as I enter the last chapters of a book, I just want to stay within this book’s “walls” and not escape to the real world. - reviewed by Maureen