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This week’s addict is Heather at A Penchant for Paper. I really enjoyed her post about her system of using multiple notebooks, including the ones below: “I have multiple notebooks, multiple pens and pencils, and multiple pen cases, all of them equally stuffed full, and I still find myself acquiring more, although not quite as [...]
Wouldn’t you love to read what’s in this diary? Well, you can! Its owner has transcribed all the entries into a blog: In 1976, I read Dracula which is a book that is completely told through diary entries. It impressed me so much that at age 13 I decided it was time I marked the [...]
Very cute! (if you don’t mind egregious misuse of apostrophes): Read more at richard holloway: tricky notebooks.
Here’s someone who has attempted to tackle the eternal question of why this particular brand of notebooks has become so popular: What is So Great About Moleskin Notebooks? 8 Reasons the Moleskin Notebook is So Appealing. Unfortunately, his reason #1 is the not-really-true one about them being used by Hemingway and VanGogh. But here’s some [...]
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This week’s addict posted the image below on Flickr: A nice collection, with Rite in the Rain, Moleskine (cahiers and regular), Rhodia, Paperblanks and Miquelrius. He’s also written about his notebook choices here. See the original image and comments at Notebooks – never enough.
I came across an interesting story a while back about Huldra Press, owned by Marianne Dages. She makes letterpress cards and prints, as well as bound journals using recycled papers. “I started making books like this because I was always kind of afraid of starting a perfectly white, blank book,” she said. “So, my idea [...]
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This unique item was a Christmas gift to me from one of the few people who knows I’m obsessed enough with notebooks to write this blog. Of course I was thrilled when I opened the wrapping paper and saw it: The notebook is about 4×6″, with what appears to be a hand-painted suede cover. [...]
Interesting idea, but not very practical, I’d say. The pages all have a weirdly shaped hole in them, and although they’ve left a space for a headphone cord, you can’t turn the page without having to thread the cord through the hole or take the phone out. Surely there’s a better way to make a [...]
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So cool, I love this composite image of 704 Moleskine pages from Kolby Kirk, aka The Hike Guy. I’ve mentioned him on this blog before, but I think this is my favorite yet! Read all about the journals and see more of Kolby’s excellent sketches at My Pacific Crest Trail Moleskine Journals | The [...]
This week’s addict was found on Flickr here. I love this big stack of notebooks, all dated on the edge.