After previously collaborating on the bestselling Distillery Set, Carolina Marando and Alejandro Paul got together once again to create this Scrapbooker Set, a new series of fonts that multiply the possibilities.

One reason scrapbookers became a kind of design demographic is the appeal of what they do. They make albums of memories, diaries composed of different elements that converge together to lead the viewer to a special moment in time. A paper, a photo, a letter, an event ticket, or a dry petal — everything ends up being part of a collage that tells a story.

Words have a key role in such a collage. They use different shapes and forms and combinations to state what cannot otherwise be expressed. They make the collage stronger by clarifying a concept, defining an image, and solidifying a memory. These words for memory albums are the reason for this Scrapbooker Set, six different fonts with different impressions and different personalities — so each part of the memory can have its own identity. People tell you to write your own history.

Now you can do that in style.

Get the new Scrapbooker Set of fonts here.

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After previously collaborating on the bestselling Distillery Set, Carolina Marando and Alejandro got together once again to create this Scrapbook Read more
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