Stationery for People Who Say F*ck a Lot
If you don’t have a sailor mouth, stop reading now. But if you do, say hello to the Calligraphuck line—stationery that lets the world know you don’t give a shit about what anyone thinks.
The line is the brainchild of Linus Boman, a London-based graphic designer, and we’re honored as fuck to be his publisher. Combining sleek calligraphy with crass language, writing down your thoughts will never be the same. (If you’d like to learn more about how he got started, head over here for an interview.)
So take note, bitches, and get shit done.
Seize the damn day with these gold foil-stamped journals and record your boldest and most brilliant ideas.
Reward the ones you love the most with the words that offend the most! These cards have lovely greetings like “You made my fucking day” and “Fuck yeah it’s your birthday.”
Express yourself on the go with these snappy, foil-stamped calling cards—whether passing a note to a stranger or jotting a quick message to a friend, your point will sure as hell be made.
A trio of notebooks, each with a phrase that may or may not offend your grandmother, but will certainly inspire you to express yourself.
For a subversive secret between you and your paper, these fancy-ass pencils are a must.
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Congratu-fuckin-lations, you made it to the end. You can find all of the Calligraphuck stationery and other fun shit (like temporary tattoos and tea towels) here—and since we like you, take 25% off and get free shipping with the code FCKYEAH.
Also, keep your eyes peeled for the Fucking Awesome Coloring Book, coming soon. Cheers, bitches!
Photography by Irene Kim Shepherd
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