Engraved stationery is handmade, tangible, and just feels nice to hold. We love Ted Harrington from Terrapin Stationers, whose family has been in the engraving business in New York since 1913. They are very traditional–they made invitations for Warner Brothers screenings back in the 1920s–but Ted is irreverent. He’s not afraid to inject a little profanity into his work.

Ted will be at the Freemans Holiday Bazaar this Saturday, so come get some calling cards made. Profanity optional.

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The Holiday Bazaar, Saturday, November 30. Freemans Sporting Club.


Photos: Justin Chung


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Taavo Somer

Taavo Somer is an architect, award-winning designer, and restaurateur known for his acclaimed New York City restaurants Freemans, Peels, ISA, and The Rusty Knot, as well as a boutique menswear ...