Just in case you haven’t seen it elsewhere, I had to post this photo from an article in Vanity Fair, displaying the notebook collection of the late John Hughes, the creator of all those memorable 1980′s teen films such as Pretty in Pink. I first came across it at Pocket Blonde, and two readers also [...]
I love this sketchbook cover: From accidental mysteries: John Hendrix Sketchbook Cover.
One of these days, perhaps after I win the lottery, I’m going to go on a notebook tour of the world. I’ll definitely hit Japan and Germany and the Philippines, and perhaps China if I can somehow infiltrate all the factories there that are churning out notebooks… but Russia will also be a destination high [...]
Jessica compares a Moleskine sketchbook to a Greenapple notebook, a much less expensive brand found in the Philippines. Her comments: different elastic, doesn’t open as flat, and the paper is whiter and coarser. Worth a try at about 1/4 the price of a Moleskine! (At least if you live in the Philippines.) Has anyone else [...]
Travis the Trout shares this photo of his stash, at least part of it! The notebook collection here is very different from my eye-candy ones of my childhood when my collection was all about the look, now my notebooks also have a more academic appeal. My intentions are to weed out the practical from the [...]
Here’s a big batch of notebooks, all donated for underprivileged kids attending government schools in India: And here’s some of the kids who are using them now: What a great idea… Read more at Notebook Distribution Program @ HD Kote « i Thought, i Think i’d Blog – Sandeep.
A while back, a reader named Gil wrote to ask for help in finding an elusive notebook. I’m stumped, so I’m turning the question over to all you other notebook fans! Gil says: “i’ve been trying desperately to locate any surviving specimens of a spiral notebook i used as a junior high student in 1968-1970. [...]
It’s a photograph of a PAINTING of notebooks. Lovely! Click on the image to see more from the artist’s Flickr photostream.
I was excited to find this, since speedskating is one of my favorite parts of the Winter Olympics: Shani Davis keeps notebooks! Since 2004, he has kept meticulous journals, recording his lap times in training and the smallest details on race days, from what he ate for breakfast to the condition of the ice to [...]
Our latest addict of the week is Hannah, who blogs at Slightly Lovely. Here’s her stash: And here’s what she has to say about them: This is a pile of notebooks gathered from around my bedroom (I’m sure there are more hidden on shelves, in closets & drawers). In this pile, there are spiral notebooks, [...]