Vintage document notebooks

Vintage cover notebooks with old revenue stamps and documents. We have been experimenting with different kinds of book-binding and materials used in our journals.

Handmade journals

For the love of writing. Fresh new colours in our banana fiber journals. Hand stitched using 100% recycled paper sourced from rural recycling units. The joy of writing on textured and uneven paper is an experience in itself, come try our papers at our store in Kala Ghoda and experience its versatility.

Don’t miss the little birdie in the corner of the picture!

Vintage newspaper

New soft-bound journals complement our existing range of vintage newspaper stationery. Newspapers have always been an inspiration for us. We will keep looking for innovative ways to use them in our pieces of art. 
This particular lot of newspapers date back to the 1970’s, it was picked-up at an auction by an old library that maintained volumes of newspapers bound together in their entirety. Our craftsmen strategically cut and tear relevant pieces of the newspaper so that the stationery looks aesthetically beautiful. If you look carefully, you can see that all our pencils have text flowing in one direction. Our notecards have torn edges with bamboo woven across the newsprint. Come visit us at Kala Ghoda and take home a story.

Photo albums

Old-fashioned photo albums. Raw silk, handmade acid-free paper with translucent sheets. Hand stitched. Available for photo sizes 4×6 and 5×7 

Meri pencil

Stationery is personal again. I love stationery and I splurge when I see something nice. Meri kitab, my timeless journal, meri pencil, etc is my idea of creating a sense of belonging for it. In so many years of my creative journey, I have met numerous people who just love pencils. My journey with them began in the summer of 1999 and It continues till today with a huge variety in vintage documents, blueprints, maps, etc. The pencil cap featured in this picture is a masterpiece in itself, It took me close to a year, three master karigars, 7 dies and numerous other improvisations to get it to snugly fit. I have so many pencils that I just wish that I had more to write…#anandprakash #pencils #stationery#handmade #goldplated#loveforstationery #mypencil

Meri Pencil by Anand Prakash

Scooter by Anand Prakash

Our scooter is not just any other scooter, here’s why :

Each of them are made from 44 individual parts.
We work with our hands and it took us a year to get it right.
You only need a screw driver to assemble it back.
We are only able to make limited editions.
And…these are handcrafted in India by Indian craftsmen.

So what do you think about our scooters?

Scooter Parts