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As a stationery designer, Cat Seto uses her background in painting and writing to emphasize her love of a variety of different kinds of art. Her designs are distinguished by hand-drawn illustrations and watercolor touches, with many products stemming from one of her personal sketchbooks and paintings. When she began her line in 2004, Anthropologie was one of the first retailers to pick up her note card sets for their stores. Since then, she has developed a custom line of social stationery and wedding invitations, quickly outgrowing her one-room studio to open up a flagship studio and boutique in the Russian Hill neighborhood of San Francisco, where she and her team design, interact and are inspired by the community on a daily basis. Cat Seto's line is now available at shops and department stores around the country, including Kate's Paperie and Bloomingdales.
IN THE PRESS:
Cat Seto's designs have been featured in Blueprint, Fast Company, Better Homes & Gardens, Bridal Guide and Brides, and she has been highlighted as one of the designers in the book "Today's Top Stationery Artists."
THE ART OF LETTER WRITING:
"A hand-written note or letter affirms your personal connection to the recipient. It says, 'I am thinking of you here and now,' capturing a shared, written moment that cannot be reproduced by any other means. The time you take to reflect on a friend, loved one or special occasion is as much a gift to them as it to yourself."
"I was always crazy about paper and drawing. I drew obsessively while watching TV or during dinner. I would go through hundreds of sheets of paper within a week! Eventually I discovered scissors and tape and would turn the house upside down creating imaginary paper cities and giant paper sculptures."