Notebooks by Hebrew Type

Here’s a cool new line of handmade collectible notebooks, available a la carte or by subscription: Hebrew Type. They are part of a line of cards, prints and other items made by Enon Avital, inspired by the graphic design challenges of using the Hebrew alphabet. “Hebrew Type Books are hand made from scratch; printed, cut, […]

Notebook Addict of the Week: The Unroyal Warrant

This week’s addict is the blogger at The Unroyal Warrant, who mostly reviews fountain pens but has some excellent notebook reviews too, including some rare brands I’d never heard of. Nevertheless, after an initial aversion to the not-all-that-rare Field Notes, he’s been sucked in by their limited edition subscriptions and had amassed this collection as […]

Out of Pages Notebook Subscription Service

Here’s another subscription service offering periodic shipments of notebooks. Unlike Rad & Hungry and the now-defunct Lost Crates (which I reviewed), there is no element of surprise to this one. They offer Moleskine and Field Notes, you tell them which style of notebook you want and how often you’d like to receive a new one, […]

Review & Giveaway: Lost Crates

Lost Crates is a monthly stationery subscription service. As with Rad and Hungry, you sign up, pay a monthly fee, and get a box of surprise goodies every month. But while Rad and Hungry offers a selection from a different country each month, Lost Crates aims to give each subscriber a personalized, “curated” selection. When […]