The Hungry Workshop – Aerograms

by Lucy Feagins, Editor
Tuesday 17th April 2012

Fabulous new Aerograms from The Hungry Workshop!

Melbourne letterpress whizz-kids The Hungry Workshop are on a serious roll.  First those awesome ‘Flanno’ giftcards, and now these AMAZING aerograms, printed in buzzing neon colourways including Electric Blueberry, Dramatic Grape and Neon Tangerine, in patterns inspired by American Indian motifs.  How outrageously cool are they?

It’s not often you see new stationery design that is totally original and truly looks like nothing else on the market – but those Hungry Workshoppers just keep nailing it!  Inspired by a unique letterwriting tradition of years gone by, The Hungry Workshop have given the old fashioned aerogram a seriously modern update.  Very inspiring work!

Big congrats to Simon and Jenna because this fabulous new range has been all over the US blogosphere / Pinterest this month, hitting the bigtime with some love from Oh Joy! …I’m betting the press is running hot over at The Hungry Workshop HQ this week!

The Hungry Workshop Aerograms are letterpress printed in two fluorescent colours on Stephen Scrambled White 330gsm, an Australian-made, 100% carbon neutral stock. They’re $7.00 each or $16.00 for a 3-pack, available from their online store.

Aerograms from The Hungry Workshop

by Lucy Feagins, Editor
Tuesday 17th April 2012


  • Jen 4 years ago

    This has made my day. Ordering pronto.

  • emily 4 years ago

    LOVE those colours! (everything they touch turns to gold… or neon?!)

  • Brendan 4 years ago

    Wowsers! those look like so much fun… SO MUCH FUN… and carbon neutral… support that I say!!

  • Penny 4 years ago

    LOVE IT! And agreed, carbon neutral = very nice.

  • maggy 4 years ago

    Nice but at $7 for an envelope/piece of paper. Ouch !

  • Nikki 4 years ago

    It hurts my eyes, but I cant stop looking at it. Put that design on a fabric and you have got me!

  • ApetitPois*design 4 years ago

    I love their work! Love the fact that tehy design AND produce it.
    I had the chance to meet them for an interview last month on my blog. They are veeery nice.
    Check it out here:


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