Meet Lisa Cirenza, a London-based artist who uses Paper to capture life's everyday moments. Read on to learn about her techniques, and how she uniquely blends digital art with painting and other analogue mediums.
Paper 3.6 has just released! Read on to learn about new features that will make it faster and easier than ever to find and view your work.
We're always on the lookout for eye-catching work, and here is a smattering of some recent favorites. From hand lettering tutorials, to bird drawings, to learning about a Paper user bringing digital innovation to Michael Kors - we hope you enjoy seeing their creations as much as we have !
The latest Paper update is here! See what's new.
The end of each year is the perfect time to reflect on the past twelve months and to set intentions for the coming year. In this step-by-step guide, learning designer Mathias Jakobsen shows how he uses Paper to reflect on the past year and to set goals for the new year – all organized in a beautiful digital report that you'll want to share.
Starting new projects just became a breeze with the latest Paper update! Now, in Paper 3.4, simply tap on “Start a Project" to jump into anything from creating presentations, to designing an interface, to managing a calendar.
Our new built-in templates include grid paper, storyboards, basic diagrams, sample To Do lists, and much more. Just select the templates you want and tap “Add to Space” to begin.
Thanks to our friends at Felt app, you can now turn your illustrations in Paper into physical greeting cards to mail anywhere in the world. It's easy to mail your Paper sketches with Felt on iPhone or iPad, so this year you have no excuse for not getting those holiday cards out in time! Give it a try, and use the discount code LOVEPAPER to get 50% off your first card.
When brothers Frank and Chris Moeller went into business, they didn’t want to just brew beer, they wanted to design a brand with a unique and engaging narrative. Learn how they used Paper to create the idea behind their artisanal beer company, Flying Mouse Brewery.
Last month we announced a new collaboration with Grado Labs, the beloved family-owned headphone maker from Brooklyn, New York, to bring you a one-of-a-kind contest and giveaway. Over a thousand entries from creators around the world came pouring in. It was tough to choose just one illustration among the many imaginative entries but, in the end, the decision was unanimous.
There are hundreds of ways to manage your to-do lists, but what most people fail to realize is that we all add more to our lists than we can ever actually do. In this article, learning designer Mathias Jakobsen shares his secret to getting things done and enjoying the process along the way.
In the food and restaurant industry, meticulous brainstorming, ideation, and planning go into each meal that is conceived and plated. To get you in the holiday feasting spirit, today we share how food professionals across the globe collaborate on ideas, and use Paper to turn their concepts and visual menus into delectable fare.
Following the horrific events in Paris last week, the FiftyThree community came together to express their support with words and art. Our community is comprised of creative thinkers from around the world, and we've never been more proud to see everyone unite to support those in Paris, Beirut, and beyond.
To get you in the holiday spirit, we've reunited with our friends at Grado Labs, the beloved family-owned headphone maker from Brooklyn, to bring you a one-of-a-kind contest and giveaway. When people unwrap their Grado headphones this holiday, 500 of those boxes will include a limited-edition print of a Paper creation made by you! Here's how to participate.
While the philosopher Aristotle argued for taking frequent action, simply doing a lot without reflecting on the motivation behind our work rarely leads to meaningful learnings. But taking time to reflect on our experiences can help change that, says learning designer Mathias Jakobsen.