Letternote is a stationery company based in India. They have some very fun and colorful notebook designs, as well as more understated classic designs. Here’s a few that struck my fancy:
I stopped into a Target store the other day to see if there were any exciting notebooks to be found among all the back to school displays. Unfortunately, there was nothing all that enticing, but I did notice these unusual Moleskines, which must be made specially for Target. It’s not the first time I’ve seen […]
Miro has been around for a few years now, but their product lines have evolved since I last reviewed some Miro samples in late 2012. Let’s take a look at another generous assortment of more recent samples sent to me by the company: Miro’s hardcover journals at first glance seem very similar to many others […]
Here’s a new product from Moleskine that looks kind of cool: The Voyageur Traveller’s Notebook. When I first saw it, I thought, “Wow, Moleskine’s trying to get a piece of the Midori Traveller’s Notebook action.” There are lots of differences, but this new Moleskine is brown, which seems to be the most popular Midori color, […]
Fun idea: notebooks that look like old VHS tapes, from an Egyptian brand called Mokfera: Read more at Mofkera notebooks colourfully combine old and new – Daily News Egypt.
Some elegant and unusual notebook designs from a Brazilian stationery brand calledLuferela:
No long review today, just a quickie giveaway, courtesy of our friends at Exaclair/ Rhodia! They have just introduced some new pads in a slick new color scheme: white and silver, cool and slick for the summer! I love their classic orange, but this is gorgeous too! To enter, leave a comment about what you […]
Ed Jelley reviews a cute little notebook, sized to exactly match your iPhone 4 or 5: Read more at Paperscreen Four/Five Pocket Notebook – Review | edjelley.com.
Notebooks specially designed for photographers: “They have dedicated spaces to make note of which camera you’re using, the date, subject, film speed, lighting conditions, f-stop, shutter speed, all for either 12, 24 or 36 frames of film.” See more at Object of Desire: Ilott Photographers’ Notebooks – Telegraph.
A reader asked for more details about the notebooks in my “What I’m Using Now” photo. I haven’t been updating that photo as often as I should, though for the most part, it’s still accurate most of the time. The red and blue notebooks are HandBook Artist Journals that I have been slowly filling with […]