|Furniture all covered in clothing patterns|
A place that I love to visit in the New York City when I want to just browse around or find new Japanese stationery is Goods for the Study. They have two locations one in in the West Village (pretty big) and another one in Nolita (two shops one next to the other).
Some of the things you can buy in-store and online:
- Notebooks and sketchbooks
- Pens, pencils, fountain pens, erasers, sharpeners, etc.
- Paper and envelopes
There are like a thousand things more but you’ll have to visit haha.
Did you know about this place? Have you visited?
Yesterday, I went to Kinokuniya and I remembered I had to tell you about this little jewel in the middle of Manhattan.
They sell in store and online:
- Manga (Japanese and English) and Comics.
- Art Books (English and Japanese)
- Books in general (English and Japanese)
- Magazines (Japanese)
- Japanese Stationery
- and a variety of gifts
Have you visited it? Let me know if you knew about this store.
Yesterday at night we went to the Poster House Museum and I took my camera, here are the results:
Since a long time ago I wanted to go to the Sketchbook Library because I found their website maybe 3 years ago, in that time I don’t recall them having a library but the idea of a sketchbook project attracted my attention. This is their website https://www.sketchbookproject.com/ on this site you can find all the information about it. Something cool that I didn’t know is that you can participate sending you own sketchbook and for a fee, they’ll preserve it in the library.
|Sketchbooks on sale for $5|
After wondering around we sat in the space that they have dedicated for reading.
There was when I found this amazing and inspiring sketchbooks. I hope you enjoy:
|Yes! It’s a drawing :O|
Can you believe that all this is made by hand????
Ok, then I just wanted to share this with you for inspiration. I hope you enjoyed.