Evan emailed me to fess up about his addiction: I’m a notebook addict in the worst way-For the past few Christmases I’ve asked for journals for Christmas and received them, hopefully ensuring I won’t run out for awhile. I write everyday, mostly journal entries, but also notes, ideas, story outlines. I’ve found that actually writing […]
A while back, I posted about some notebooks that appear in the Tintin books. I also just caught a glimpse of one during the first few minutes of the Tintin movie! I haven’t watched the whole thing yet, and I’m hoping more notebooks will make an appearance. This one looks like a Moleskine reporter notebook. […]
Here’s one notebook I don’t think I need to own, a writer’s journal tie-in to the bestselling Fifty Shades of Grey books by E. L. James: “Fifty Shades of Grey: Inner Goddess: A Journal” is to be published May 1 and is a writer’s journal, seeded with quotes and inspiration from James’ trilogy. Some of […]
Spotted at JetPens, a very cute notebook with an unusual plastic wire-o binding you can open and close to remove or rearrange pages: See more at Lihit Lab Aqua Drops Twist Ring Memo Notepad – 2.8″ X 4.7″ – 5 mm Graph – 40 Sheets – Black Cover – JetPens.com.
I love the way all these pages look together– from the Moleskine of Juan Rayos (whose work I also featured in this post): Via Moleskine « silverpoetics.
This week’s addict is back for a second time in the spotlight. The last time I featured her collection, she was only 14 and might have had the highest notebook count to age ratio of anyone I’ve featured. I think this may still be true! In her own words: I’m Allie, now 15 years old, […]
A while back, a reader suggested I do a post on notebooks in movies. I couldn’t think of that many examples myself, as I don’t see that many movies, but this photo from the movie Baby Mama reminded me of the topic! I love earnest and eager Tina Fey efficiently taking notes while Amy Poehler […]
It’s taken me forever to get around to reviewing these notebooks, despite having basically had someone else write it for me! Below are some comments and photos from Ted, a former addict of the week: Got my order of Calepino today. Basically the french Field Notes. Right down to some of the wording on the […]
A review of an interesting art exhibition, based on a collection of Moleskine notebooks: Don Maynard’s Take Note exhibit was a bit like climbing a mountain. Slow and tedious at first, but well worth the required time and effort. Housed in Modern Fuel’s State of Flux Gallery, the installation consists of 18 artists’ notebooks chained […]
This week’s addict sent a link to her blog post featuring quite a large selection of notebooks: Looks like no two are the same! See more at Alltagswahnsinn. Thanks for sharing your addiction, Arkania!