I love these retro-look notebooks from Laughing Elephant, so many colorful designs: Buy at Notebooks | Laughing Elephant.
This week’s addict emailed me with these words: Okay, so I just found your website through weheartit.com today and I cannot believe something like this exists. I feel like my whole life has been spent thinking I’m alone in the world and here’s your website with tons of people just like me! By “just like [...]
The perfect gift for the notebook addict who’s also an alcoholic! Read more at Notebook Flasks – The Digital Reader.
Here’s a notebook that I liked so much, I had to buy three of them. I still love the concept of these: the look of a composition book in a different size. I’ve always loved the black and white patterned covers of the traditional composition book, but I have not usually wanted to use something [...]
Remember Michael Bierut’s 86 notebooks? Well, he’s up to 90 now. And they’re in an exhibition with a really cool poster! Read more: Michael Bierut‘s ‘30 Years 90 Notebooks’ at College of Saint Rose | New at Pentagram | Pentagram.
The New York Times recently published an extensive profile of an autistic young man and his struggles to function more independently as an adult in the working world. His ambition is to be an illustrator and animator– below are some photos of the amazing little drawings he does in the composition book he carries with [...]
This week’s addict emailed me these wonderful photos and commentary about her notebooks. You can read more and see larger images on Flickr. I’m an addict. Although I have more than in my photos, I don’t really have more than I will use (except let’s not count my addiction to Field Notes, yeesh). These photos [...]
The folks at Michael Roger just sent me a sample of their newest Decomposition Book: a snazzy honeycomb design! (See my previous review of Michael Roger notebooks.) And I’m going to pass it on to a lucky winner! Enter as usual: On Twitter, follow Notebook Stories and tweet something containing the words “Decomposition Book” and [...]
This weeks addict blogs at No. 17 Cherry Tree Lane, where she wrote what’s below under the title “floating thoughts:” I find that, everyday, things are floating in my head. At any given moment, there are a myriad of thoughts, revelations and epiphany’s that ping back and forth and I’m almost certain that I won’t [...]
This week’s addict admits he is a notebook junkie: I may have a problem. My obsession with notebooks started early. My first love was a perforated Mead notebook (non-spiral). I was a budding cartoonist during elementary and middle school and the fact that I could cleanly remove my creations was a big deal. Not [...]