Logo Details // Cartagena

Every once in a while I search through all my Cartagena photos to get a dose of style and color inspiration. I especially love several logos I saw there... the handwritten look on many of them works really well in my mind because they aren't the modern calligraphy or trendy scripts you constantly see. They are more stylized and will withstand the test of time.

*Side note: If you ever visit, Mila has the most amazing chocolates & pastries! It's a Cartagena MUST. We definitely were regulars during our visit.

Cartagena Color

Cartagena is full of bright colors, the most perfect florals, the best fish dishes I've had in a while and the kindest locals. I have so many great photos to share, so feast your eyes on an abundance of the best color combinations. There is much more to come, so I hope you enjoy!

take a trip with me...

It’s that time of year again when the preparations for The National Stationery Show 
BOOTH 1669! } are in full swing. I can hardly believe it’s time already… so much to do;) Lucky for you, that means that we have a new collection to share with you!! AND, in addition to that, there will be new products for the premier Vicarello collection. In order to prepare you for what will be in stores soon, let’s take a trip to the beautiful Argentina which inspired this next collection.

Walk the streets & enjoy the rooftop views in Palermo~

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Wander through the enchanting Recoleta Cemetery~

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Shop the markets + do a little antiquing in San Telmo~

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Enjoy the bright colors in La Boca~

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Roaming the streets in Buenos Aires, Argentina, has lead me to create a collection inspired by the patterns, colors, and landscapes you find there. If you ever considered visiting this area, I highly recommend it ;) I would even provide of list of “must do’s” while you are there. Shopping the open air markets, Indian food in the coolest pub ever? Yes, please… take me back.