Here’s another cute commemorative Moleskine, perfect for any fan of Antoine de Saint-Exupery’s timeless classic Le Petit Prince (or The Little Prince in English): There’s even a charming video: For sale at Moleskine Asia now and at Amazon as of May 1, 2011.
Here’s another addict who was kind enough to email me a great collection of photos of his notebooks and some thoughts about them: I have been journaling for 20 years now and always in search of the perfect journal that fits my style and interests. I thrill when I find a superhero journal particularly with […]
One of the benefits of writing this blog is that I find out about interesting products I would otherwise never hear about. One such product is this Tom Bihn Field Journal Notebook, which the manufacturers sent me to review. It’s a neat little notebook and bag all in one! The bag is about the size […]
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Don’t you love the cover of this book? How could that not make a notebook fan want to read it! It certainly sucked me in, and the publisher was kind enough to send me a review copy. (Which actually has a slightly different cover, with a much cooler old-school fountain pen instead of the purple […]
Yet another attractive notebook posted at A Continuous Lean. This one caused quite a firestorm in the comments, when someone questioned the ethics of paying $109 for a notebook while children are starving in Burkina Faso. (My take on it: on some level, no, spending $109 on a notebook is not justifiable in our world, […]
I love this collaged Amsterdam City Book: See more at 01 | Flickr – Photo Sharing!.
This week’s addict has provided lots of info about her collection: The Stack: I took a picture of each of the journals, included purchasing information (if any), and a little about each. Starting from the bottom: Sheet Music Journal Duchessa Music Notes I bought this journal from Barnes and Noble. It’s my my current journal […]
I bookmarked these posts ages ago: Why I stopped using a moleskine (part 1) and (part 2). I’m always fascinated by the different ways the Moleskine brand has imprinted itself on people, and the passion it can inspire. And as with all great passions, when the love affair ends, equally strong feelings are experienced. Ming […]
I’d noticed Michael Roger’s Decomposition books in several stationery stores– they’re a clever twist on the traditional composition book, but made with recycled paper. I hadn’t realized at first that the company also makes some other very cute notebooks in the 3.5 x 5.5″ size that always sets my heart a-flutter. When I spotted their […]
I’ve been thinking about Piccadilly notebooks lately, as things have been changing in the retail landscape for them. Piccadilly has mainly sold their notebooks (by which I mean their Moleskine-like “Essential Notebooks“) exclusively in Borders stores. They are stocked in the bargain section rather than with the rest of the stationery products. As far as […]