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Digital Stationery Gets Chic Spring Remix From Paperless Post and Dusen Dusen

At it again with the design collab

Digital stationery is once again getting a high-design upgrade courtesy of Paperless Post, which has recently teamed up with the designers at Dusen Dusen on a line featuring the Brooklyn-based clothing and home goods company's signature playful shapes, squiggles, and geometric patterns.

The collection, the latest in Paperless Post's "Spotlight" series of collaborations with designers, includes 10 items, offered in horizontal and vertical formats for all your event invitation and greeting card needs. Each option's name hints at its look: "Wire" features a scrawl of stretched-metal-hanger-style black lines on a green, jewel-tone background, while the "Fruit" pattern (which the Paperless Post blog notes was seen on a season-three episode of HBO's Girls) is adorned with bananas, watermelon, and grapes.

Though it may seem counterintuitive for a company called Paperless Post, each invitation is offered online and on paper. Surprise!

It's not the first design-centric collab from Paperless Post: Last summer, the company partnered with the estate of legendary architect and interior and furniture designer Alexander Girard on a collection that drew from Girard's rich, distinctive catalogue.

You can shop the Dusen Dusen collaboration here.

Dusen Dusen x Paperless Post [Paperless Post]

Even If They Don't Want to Come to Your Party, Your Friends Will Open Your Alexander Girard Invites [Curbed]

Growing Up Girard: A Granddaughter Speaks About the Designer's Legacy [Curbed]