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 [...]
I love coming across antique notebooks. This was a random find on RobMan170′s Flickr feed: The journal belonged to someone named William Lee who sailed from Hong Kong to England in 1894. There are scans of what seem to be every page of the notebook, including some drawings and the manufacturer’s info on the inside [...]
An interesting side-by-side comparison of the Moleskine City notebook for Paris, vs. a Bound Custom Journal with Paris map pages. The writer admits he’s a bit biased as it’s on Bound’s own blog, but I think he did a very fair comparison of each notebook’s features. I haven’t tried a Bound journal yet, but I [...]
This week’s addict emailed me a link to a blog post about her notebook collection, which is featured along with some other bonus items: After coming back from Asia I decided to take picture of all my (current) journals and notebooks + few other things I use when writing and traveling. Of course since [...]
Spotted in this past weekend’s “T” style magazine: A facsimile edition of choreographer Merce Cunningham’s sketchbook: And a look at the efficient carry-on travel style of Bruce Pask (he’s the fashion director of the magazine). Can you spot the notebook? Close up below:
This is a great example of a Moleskine Japanese Album used as a travel journal: See more photos at AninhadaBest’s photostream on Flickr.
This is sort of old news but I realized I’d never posted it: one of Moleskine’s custom projects is a pair of National Gallery guidebooks. For everyone who wants to explore the fascinating world of art in London, Moleskine has partnered with the National Gallery museum to release two different city guide notebooks with a [...]
I love this collaged Amsterdam City Book: See more at 01 | Flickr – Photo Sharing!.
For those who like pen loops, here’s a nice-looking German notebook sold by a British online retailer. If I’m not mistaken, this is the same brand as one of the notebooks I bought in Istanbul (see yesterday’s post), which I really liked other than finding the paper a little less smooth than I usually prefer. [...]
Not long ago, I traveled to Istanbul for a vacation. I was of course excited to see what kinds of notebooks I might find there! The only Turkish brand of notebooks I’d ever heard of was Arwey, but oddly enough, I didn’t spot a single Arwey notebook on my trip. I did see some other [...]