Best of Boston 2010
We are so honored to be named runner up for Best of Boston 2010 : Stationer. We in good company with winner Goosefish Press and fellow runner up Black Pearl Press.
Elle Decoration South Africa
“Keep your travel dreams and New Year’s resolutions alive with this beautiful calendar, ‘Places I Have Never Been’ by America artist Jennifer Hill. Each month features a pattern inspired by a different destination – from swarms of traffic in Saigon to letters and stones in Jerusalem. It’s a daily reminder to get you going…”
"Framed Alphabet Prints – These 9-inch-square ink-jet creations by designer Jennifer Hill feature a letter and a corresponding creature. Think “A is for aardvark, Z is for zebu. (Save yourself the Google search: A zebu is a humped cow.)
Boston Home Magazine
“Boston-based designers Kelly Smith of Etcetera Media and Jennifer Hill of JHill Design laser-cut reclaimed felt – originally made to line suit jacket collars-to ornate these plush pillows. $78 – $98, Lekker Unique Home Furnishings”
New England Travel Magazine
The Iowan Magazine
Daily Candy Boston
"Pick a 2007 Calendar that reflects a personal touch" Jennifer Hill of Boston created colorful designs for her "Places I Have Never Been" calendar. "I’ve never been to Alabama. Maybe that will bein 2008’s calendar," the artist says. The calendar is $30 at jhilldesign.com
The Weekly Dig
"Places I Have Never Been" wall calendar. When we start getting visions of Fakahatchee, Florida it means we’ve got the DT’s again. But for local graphic designer Jennifer Hill, it means she’s struck creative gold. While we were writhing around on the drunk-tank floor, Hill has been turning her mental vacations to exotic locales – Tuscany! Andalucia! Albuquerque! – info fabulous (fabulist?) prints.
The Hartford Courant
"Artfully Tallying Next Year’s 365 Days"
For the hip minded traveler: "Places I Have Never Been" by Jennifer Hill of Boston. The artist created colorful designs of places she has never visited, such as Fakahatchee, Fla for this unusual calendar. Each design is printed on heavy silk paper so that when the calendar is finished, the dates can be trimmed and the prints can be framed.