Thanks for almost everything. (When you’re ready to part ways with your ‘69 Camaro, just let us know.)
Father’s Day is June 15th. Send Dad a card at paperlesspost.com.
The British Guiana One-Cent Magenta is a singular object. Delicate and wisp-like yet striking in its color, it is the only surviving stamp of a limited run from 1856. Shrouded in more mystery than one might expect of a 26-millimeter-tall stamp, its story brings together an unlikely cast: a twelve-year-old schoolboy; an Austrian nobleman; a textile tycoon and his entrepreneurial widow; a collector who traveled the world with the stamp handcuffed to his wrist; and a convicted murderer who died in prison just four years ago. Rumor has it that a second surviving stamp surfaced in 1938, only to be burned to ash immediately upon purchase.
Winner of the 2014 Tastiest Stationery-Themed Pie Award. Thanks to Taartwork for the delightful surprise.
Next month, we’re throwing a celebration of delightful proportions in honor of all our design partners. Stay tuned for pictures from the party complete with photo booth gems and open bar shenanigans.