A French poster advertisement for Waterman from 1919. The Treaty of Versaille had just been signed and a Waterman was a “weapon of peace.” Aesthetically charming though it was, this post-war pacifism didn’t last long.
Tweet For the first time in 12 years, we’ve given our logo a refresh. We’d all grown very fond of the old logo but had to admit that in recent years it looked a bit dated. So we enlisted the help of Design Everything and they came up with a design that we think looks fresher, […]
Tweet With Christmas just around the corner, you’ll want to have some festive fun with your colleagues (unless they are particularly horrible people, in which case, drink plenty of cocktails instead). Perhaps your employers organise a big bash every year, but if not, here are a few ideas for bringing festive fun into the office: […]
Tweet Here’s a stationery story with a musical twist. Are you sitting comfortably? Then I’ll begin… In the far off days before word processors existed, when documents were bashed out on typewriters, making a mistake was a BIG problem. There was no ‘delete’ key, so red-faced typists had to use an ink rubber which could […]