Here’s another repeat addict: Gerard is a Canadian artist and arts educator whose notebooks were featured here a few years ago. Looks like his collection of idea books and studio journals has kept on growing! Some Whitelines journals are now added to the mix too. Check out Gerard’s site: MIX AND SHIFT: OVER 60.
This week’s addict is an illustrator whose biography reveals this intriguing detail: “My father ran an office supply and printing company. The endless possibilities of pens, papers, paints and inks captivated my imagination for as long as I can remember.” When asked to post a few random things about herself on her blog, #4 was […]
This week’s addict blogs at xaprb, where he’s done an in-depth comparison of various notebooks to find the brand that works best for him. Here are the candidates: And here are the criteria: So what do I want? The size. It needs to be large enough to write on easily, leaving readable margins, without wasting […]
This week’s addict was doing some spring cleaning in her office and guess what she found: As I was tidying my office and creating space, I started to make a pile of my notebooks. Can anyone have ‘too many’ notebooks?? I love stationery and always find myself buying pretty notebooks and adding them to my […]
This week’s addict emailed me the photo below, and added these comments: The attached photo is of my notebook collection. Being in the military I take 2 or 3 pages of notes everyday. I carry a large rite in the rain. They are very durable in both design and paper quality. I have a moleskine […]
Ashly emailed me this photo of her “evergrowing” collection: I didn’t get any details about what brands these are or where they were bought, but some of them look like they are from Asia. I’d love to know more, it’s an interesting collection. Thanks for sharing your addiction, Ashly!
This week’s addict is Chelcee, who emailed me these photos of her notebook collection, with lots of information about how she uses them. (Please note the lime green numbers in the lower left hand corners of the photos.) A little about me, my name is Chelcee. I’m 21 and I’d very much consider myself a […]
I’ve been trying to do some spring cleaning lately, as I’ll be moving soon. The size of my notebook collection has grown to daunting levels in the last couple of years, and when I contemplate having to move everything to a new home, it’s a bit scary! I love my notebooks, but even I have […]
This week’s addict is a bit different, as I picked her because of the way she is addicted to other people’s notebooks, not just her own. Amy Ludwig Vanderwater blogs at Sharing Our Notebooks, which “highlights pages from a variety of notebooks: paper, digital, napkin, any kind [so readers can] learn how students, authors, artists, […]
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This week’s addict blogs at The Well Appointed Desk, and emailed me this “confessional” about her love for notebooks: I think I go beyond a notebook story into a full-blown confessional. I am an equal-opportunity notebook luster. From the lowly marble-covered composition notebook to the gilt-edged beauties, I love them all and each will eventually […]