One of the benefits of using a site like Designspiration is spotting interesting trends in how creative work is presented (not so much with Ffffound – the only trend you're likely to spot there these days is "people have nipples"). For example, a couple of years ago, it would've been full of pictures of people holding up/hiding behind posters.
The latest unavoidable trend is of beautifully composed still life pictures of stationery. Usually arranged in a grid (but photographed at a faux-isometric angle), they'll feature the standard letterhead, business card, branded envelope and, increasingly, a rubber stamp. Extra points for throwing in a couple of random items from the stationery cupboard – some bulldog clips, maybe a stapler. If relevant, chuck some meat in there too.
There's no denying it's an effective presentation style (and I really want to get a rubber stamp made now), but it does seem to be a bit of a fad. Not necessarily a bad thing, but where's the variety? Anyway, here's some of the best examples I've seen:
A few more examples – found on Designspiration under the tag "stationary". Hmm. Quite.
A few more: