Welcome to The Nanosphere. Where we collect everything that is good in the world and share it. With a focus on stationery but where we will also dip our toes in the wider world. Enjoy.
It's a small world out there
Risograph printing, or Riso as it is affectionately known by its devotees, is often described as a cross between screen printing and photocopying. See how what amazing results it can produce.
Get some Christmas gift inspiration with our unique stationery gift guide, plus a few non-stationery items
After giving up on the idea of ever finding the right diary, I decided to make my own. See the results and even print your own copy.
You may have seen the Red Dot design award but do you know much about it? We’ve delved into the design and found some unusual winners.
From Sloane Square to High St Kensington, we decided to cycle between stationery shops, but still found time for a nice Danish cafe along the way.
The ubiquitous Moleskine notebook, but how much do you know about the brand? Here are 10 things you may not know but really should.
Walking around Kings Cross I became irrationally annoyed by the presence of rosegold. Delve into the murky world of trend silos and the love/hate we have with fashion.
We have launched a Patreon site to help fund Nanosphere. Here we explain why and how you can help, if you wish to.
We went in search of the crowds with a quick walk, taking in stationery shops around Covent Garden to experience post-lockdown London.
I’ve often thought about a standing desk and whether it would be a good idea for me. See how I made some ergonomic changes to my working-from-home environment.
Tucked away on a side street in London’s Covent Garden’s is an extraordinary shop, one of those that causes you to stop and stare in stationery wonder.
With this unprecedented period of personal lockdown causing us all to find ways to keep ourselves busy, we asked our subscribers to let us know what activity they had taken up.