This week’s addict has been featured twice before: Notebook Addict of the Week (again): Kara, and Notebook Addict of the Week: Kara. Her collection keeps growing and I love seeing more of it! “My boxes of composition & spiral notebooks, blank or filled. They’re so heavy they can barely be lifted. Ugh!” Make sure you […]
Voron emailed me these photos of her notebooks. The close-up is of a Paperchase notebook. I detect a strong preference for colorful wire-bound notebooks, but there are a few plainer hardcovers snuck in there too! Thanks for sharing your addiction, Voron!
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 […]
This week’s addict is a 21 year old “struggling journalist” who notes: There is no such thing as too many notebooks, after all. =) Here’s a few from her collection: Read more at journals & notebooks « MarlaViray~ marvels, musings and meanderings.
This week, we have another sketchbook addict. Here’s some of his favorites: And here’s some of the beautiful work he fills them with! Read more at WENT SKETCHING: Studio Workhorse: The 4×6 Strathmore Sketch and WENT SKETCHING: Moleskines on the Road, and definitely follow his blog for lots of great posts on using various art […]
Senator Bob Graham’s notebooks are in the news again, as he’s published a thriller based on his experiences with the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence and the inquiry into 9/11. You are known to take notes and keep a very strict record of everything you do. Do you still do that? Yes. When did you […]
I’ve been thinking that I haven’t posted much about larger sketchbooks lately, so here’s one of my favorites. I’ve used a few of these Holbein sketchbooks over the years and always liked them. There’s something about the colors and that stripe up the edge and the ribbon closure that makes them seem nicer than other […]
This seemed like an appropriate notebook for today: Actually, the contents of this notebook are anything but romantic. My mother gave it to me in 1981 and asked me to keep a diary while she was away for a couple of weeks, helping her sister with a newborn baby. I dutifully chronicled everything I did, […]
This week’s addict is a YA writer who considers herself obsessed with notebooks and displays this colorful selection: These were the notebooks just within reaching distance from where I was sitting. And you’d think I’d feel bad about that, but rounding them up and taking a picture made me smile. I’m pretty sure that makes […]
Here’s a few oldies-but-goodies from my collection, three Roaring Spring spiral notebooks that I bought in 1980 and used between then and 1982. I love the colors– the outside covers are slightly faded and scuffed compared to the inside front covers. The back covers are just plain cardboard. You can see below that I stapled […]