Station to Station

July
25
  • Oblation Papers & Press

    Jennifer Rich compares her wholesale and retail urban paper mill, which she owns with her husband, Ron, to a Paris flea market, "because you never know what you're going to find,” she explains. The shop carries a wide selection of letterpress and locally designed greeting cards, pencil cases, wrapping paper, paper weights, business card cases, and even vintage typewriters.

  • Ecru Modern Stationer

    If a handwritten card arrives in your mailbox, does it so seduce you that you open it immediately? Or, do you open it later, when you can savor what's inside? Both answers are correct because, as Ecru owner LeAnn Dolan points out, there's not much left these days that can charm someone quite like a handwritten card. And Ecru's the place to get 'em.

  • Paperjam Press

    John and Deborah Field weren't just in the vanguard of the digital printing revolution that began 25 years ago, they were the vanguard. Since then, they’ve come to be known as Portland’s go-to for small-run print jobs for those in need of business cards, wedding invitations and rock show posters on a variety of high-quality cotton and glossy papers, as well as for their excellent graphic design services.

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Houses of Cards

Sooner or later, we all need business cards, but the fine shops above the fold offer all kinds of services besides those cards, which is why we love ‘em—and you should, too.