Captain Fawcett

That dapper old dandy Captain Fawcett knew a thing or two about men’s styling, and his vintage men’s grooming products capture the Captain’s exotic voyages and intrepid expeditions. If you’ve got a moustache quandary then Captain Fawcett is the man to turn to - his range of gentleman’s moustache wax is second to none, whilst the fine gent has also designed multiple other shaving and beard maintenance products, giving modern men the traditional, old-school, treatment.

Archivist Gallery

Archivist is run by husband and wife duo William and Sarah, but over the last 20 years they have slowly welcomed some other brave souls into the mix. With guest appearances by their daughter Madeleine, and the very brave Katie to the newest additions at their Letterpress printers. They all share the conviction that gift giving is a joy, and that the world is a bit brighter with a mix of beautiful things and a touch of William’s wit.

Sendero Provisions

Sendero Provisions Co. makes quality outdoor provisions inspired by the landscapes and cultures of wild, wild America. We cut our teeth roaming the bare deserts of the Southwest looking for geologic wonders and glorious adventure. From our old-school days as geologists mapping in the field to new-school days spent on a cold mountain stream chasing native rainbows, our inspiration comes from our connection to the land and the cultures that represent it. This is the basic calling of Sendero. We make gear that embodies this- super slick products reminiscent of a time long past that will call you to the wild.

L'Atelier Letterpress

L’Atelier Letterpress was born out of the passion of two paper lovers for this incredible printing technique. When they discovered letterpress in 2011, it was almost unknown in France. After acquiring their first Heidelberg press, they went to Australia and the United States for several months to train themselves with masters in this field, then back in France they opened L’Atelier Letterpress. After several years of offering wedding invitations and birth announcements, they decided to put an end to this activity following the lockdown of 2020, and to devote themselves exclusively to the creation of cards and art prints, always with the same attention to detail and quality.

Noteworthy Paper & Press

Noteworthy Paper & Press, a retail shop and stationery and gift brand, located in the beautiful mountain town of Missoula, Montana, was co-founded in 2008 by partners Taylor Valliant and Amy Dolan. Noteworthy has always been more than just a gift shop. To Missoulians and tourists alike, it is well known as a place to be inspired, a place to reflect and even a place to laugh. Listening to our customers giggle over greeting cards or helping another pick out a sympathy card and in turn hearing their sorrows, reminds us that we are all connected by our human joys and griefs.

Maiden Voyage Co.

Lavishly illustrated with peculiar flair! Accompany us as we explore all that is mysterious, for we believe that such things make the Universe more interesting and fun! Skeptics, Believers, Adventurers and Armchair-Travelers alike can find something to enjoy in the unusual subjects that we celebrate through our art and goods! ...COME WITH US.

Good & Well Supply Co.

Good & Well Supply Co. is committed to using ethically sourced materials as much as possible. We believe that the best way to do this is to source our materials from the USA: it gives us the ability to ensure good labor practices and to support our local farmers, craftsmen, and manufacturers. All of our candle materials come from the USA, including wax made from soy grown in America, balsa wicks made from balsa trees grown in America, and oils made in America. Most of our packaging is made here too, and we’re continuously looking to increase that percentage.

Matt Brown Makes

Originally from Cambridge, I graduated from Brighton College of Art & Design in ’92 with a BA(Hons) in Illustration. In my final year I specialised in three-dimensional illustration and animation, leading to a career in special effects, commercial model-making and even bespoke carpentry.I've been exhibiting my work for over 20 years and, throughout my career, have always championed the use of reclaimed and found materials - trawling though shed clearances, car boot sales, beaches and antique shops to find the perfect component for each sculpture.

Duke Cannon Supply Co.

Duke Cannon hails from a simpler time. A time when the term handyman was redundant. A time when chivalry and patriotism weren’t considered old- fashioned. A time when you never put the word salad next to bar. But something happened along the way. Men were encouraged to put down their lug wrenches and pick up their phones to hashtag for help. Substance was replaced by the flash of guys taking selfies. And instead of getting up before dawn to build railroads, men started going to the gym at 9 a.m. to ride pretend bicycles. As any historian worth his salt will tell you, this country was built by folks with a sense of purpose. Duke Cannon’s purpose is simple: to make superior-quality grooming goods that meet the high standards of hard-working men. Our products are tested by soldiers, not boy bands. And they’re made in a little place we like to call the United States of America.

Erstwhile

On one of our countless trips through vintage shops and antique stores we discovered our love of old wall charts. Realizing a decline in the availability of well preserved, high quality wall charts for a reasonable price, we set out on the quest of filling this void by republishing our favorite unique pieces. We constantly rummage through libraries, archives and antique stores across the globe to track down those lost forgotten gems. Our true passion is about preserving the beauty of imperfection and decay that comes with time and use. Sometimes in the state we find them, or by restoring artwork to its' original condition, we aim to bring uniqueness into a world of mass production and smooth surfaces.

Forestbound Co.

Alice Saunders started Forestbound from her living room in Boston during the winter of 2007. Driven by her passion for history and vintage textiles, she created Forestbound to tell the stories of the reclaimed materials that she had been uncovering at flea markets and estate sales throughout New England. Alice’s designs are both timeless and unique; highlighting special pieces of history that she hopes to bring back into the present through memorable products and intentional craftsmanship. Forestbound's wildly popular ESCAPE Canvas Utility Bag is inspired by the many perfectly worn-in old canvas tool bags that Alice has collected from flea markets and estate sales over the last two decades.

Small Adventure

Keiko Brodeur began making illustrated paper goods under the name Small Adventure in 2009 in order to explore being a self-taught illustrator after having graduated with a graphic design degree and working in a few different fields. She soon fell in love with creating illustrations for greeting cards and other products for her own small business. After several years of printing and shipping all her orders, both retail and wholesale, from home, she finally found a new home for her business in 2015 and moved into a lovely studio space in Los Angeles where all product is packed and shipped with the help of friends Nellie and Sara. Plant-based "plastic" sleeves that are biodegradable and fully compostable are used to package all greeting cards and prints and all packaging materials that arrive to the studio in supply shipments are re-used for outgoing shipments.

The City Works

The City Works is a contemporary souvenirs brand, founded by Sylvia Moritz and Rowan Ottesen in 2015. It is based in Vienna, Austria. Each city collection is carefully researched and intricately drawn, with a variety of items made using the designs. Everything is designed in-house and made within the European Union. Our adventure so far has led to us being available in 50 stores internationally. We’ve also partnered with museums, universities and publishers to create custom intricacies. Whether you’re a seasoned native, or a curious traveller – take a closer look, and see what you might see.

Maison Cisson

Created by Catherine Kerboull, this authentic French delicatessen was the unlikely result of a love for French cuisine, knitting and home interiors.
Much knitting was required and the whole lot had to be brought together with one goal in mind: to create the incredible illusion of real life saucissons! Next, a name was needed, then there’s the sheep logo too, plus coming up with funny, French-inspired labels – basically, create a whole universe and a collection of charcuterie to go with it. The result? Charcuterie and cheeses that are 100% made in France! Foodie delights that don’t stain, won’t dry out or make you fat, plus they’ll keep forever.

Bradley Mountain

Bradley Mountain is a fictitious place where we can all cast our dreams. It helps us to have a physical location to get our dreams moving. Think about that last trip you took. It probably started coming together when you picked a destination, selected dates, and then filled in the gaps. We want to provide a platform for inspiration like that. There is so much going on in our day to day, and sometimes our dreams fall through the cracks. We are here to draw a line in the sand and say “It’s time!”.

Askew Candles

Askews Candles are made by two brothers in the stables of the family home, located in Hurworth just outside of Darlington. The venture started in 2016 when George had the idea to transform his candle making hobby into something that could reach more people. With the help of his older brother, Askews Candles was born!

Behout

From my studio in Ghent I make interior objects and custom-made furniture. All with the same goal in mind: to deliver handmade, fair and sustainable products, products to "keep" I started Behout in 2017. At that time I was mainly active as a stage builder, building furniture and installations for artists. This required a lot of flexibility and creativity, and I experimented with my own designs. More and more I was also asked by family and friends to make something for them in wood. My hunger to really practice the craft grew, and I got more ideas to make my own line of interior objects. I started a furniture making course in order to be able to exercise my passion professionally. This line has since grown into a collection of lighting, vases, magazine holders and more. They are decorative, functional, or both.

UWP Luxe

UWP Luxe is a boutique line of pop-up greeting cards and laser-cut stationery. We believe that paper, the humblest of mediums, holds so much potential. We hope the integrity of our beliefs shines through in all of our products, from elaborately foiled pop-ups to dainty details printed onto envelope flaps. We have been recognized by the Greeting Card Association's Louie Awards with the coveted "Card of the Year" in both 2018 & 2019 and won the 2021 Louie Award for Paper Engineering & Innovation. Our creative team is housed in New Haven, CT inside a charming converted factory building; our loft is nestled amongst tinkerers and thinkers of all sorts. Our corporate headquarters are located in the office of Up With Paper, Mason, OH. We love what we do at UWP Luxe, and we thank you for letting us share our craft with you.

Michele Wilson Puzzle

We are Michele Wilson puzzle, we hand cut beautiful wooden art puzzles for adults. We make them in France, respecting the environment. Experts in working the jigsaw, our craftsmen spin the wooden puzzle boards in all directions, to create, one by one, pieces of unique shapes. The craftsmen and women separate the colors and different elements of the artwork, to ensure maximum difficulty. The cut depends on the style of the artist and on how each artisan perceives his brushwork. The cut follows the depicted lines and subjects and it is the artisan who follows the colours and who creates their difficulty, not a machine. Each piece is different and there isn't always a interlocking 'fit' between the pieces. Our puzzles are unique and strategies to assemble each one vary.