ExaClair Limited, the UK supplier of the Exacompta, Clairefontaine, G. Lalo, Herbin, Brause, Décopatch, Avenue Mandarine and Rhodia brands, is showcasing an exciting range of innovative, sustainable products at this year’s London Stationery Show, which takes place at the Business Design Centre on May 17 and May 18.

The Exacompta Maïa range is a stylish assortment of chic, vibrantly coloured Blue Angel certified organisation products, which are made from 100% recycled post-consumer plastic waste.  These will be displayed alongside a selection of the Teksto filing and desktop accessories, which feature a vegetal coating that offers both durability and water resistancy on these ecological items that are made with materials sourced from sustainably managed forests.

Other Exacompta filing and organisation products on show include the expanding Aquarel range, which incorporates a selection of five attractive, on-trend pastel colours to suit the modern home and office environment.  In addition to the new choice of customisable Kreacover pastel products, a range of safety signage and stylish photo albums will also be presented.  These feature a variety of contemporary patterns that are available across a number of album design formats.

From Rhodia, the newly released selection of weekly planners, memo blocks and desk accessories will be on display together with the latest notebook and Goalbook journal colour variations, as well as the most recent Clairefontaine stationery collections. These include the distinctive Deyrolle Animalis and Jungle Harmony designs, plus the latest additions to the fashionable Jeans & Cocoa and Flying Spirit ranges. 

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With the Herbin and Jacques Herbin ranges undergoing a transition to offer more synergised branding, there will be a selection of newly released scented ink colours and bottle sizes available, alongside examples of the fresh packaging. The new collection of Plastiline modelling clay will also be present.

In addition, there will be a focus on the ever-growing range of Clairefontaine fine art and crafting products, with the latest extensions to the bestselling PaintON pads collection on display. As well as to the recently launched acrylic and watercolour sets, that have been developed in collaboration with the graffiti street art brand Molotow, the successful Décopatch range will be profiling its refreshed mix of the popular mini kits.

Lawrence Savage, marketing manager at ExaClair, said the show is a chance to demonstrate the company’s strategic philosophies: “We’re really looking forward to exhibiting at the London Stationery Show this year. It gives us the ideal opportunity to highlight our latest product releases, while allowing us to reveal the progress we have made in our efforts to manufacture more innovative and sustainable products, whilst upholding our high standards in quality and design.”

Visit the team on stand M400.

www.exaclairlimited.com

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