This beautiful edition celebrates the coming of autumn 2015 and the trees of Shenandoah National Park.
The new edition of the beautiful, Japanese-made planner that goes beyond schedule-planning by also acting as a journal, notebook, sketch(note)book, scribble pad, and generally a place to capture thoughts and moments.
Perfect for capturing ideas where they often strike most — in the shower.
Thanks to The Pen Addict’s review of the Hobonichi planner that I read over the weekend, I stumbled across the Esplanade London Etsy store. There, shop owner Laura Yuan makes and sells a variety of device sleeves and notebook covers, all made from Harris Tweed. The reviewer herself (Susan M. Pigott) had this to say about her “Cousin” (A5) cover: You can…
Dot-grid on the left, blank on the right. It’s all about balance
The same micron pens writers and illustrators know and love, now in beautiful dark navy cases with golden clips.
The best text editor for iOS just got better.
A set of six memo books, each themed after a particular type of DIY work. Just released for Summer 2015.
Austin Kleon’s upcoming “notebook for creative kleptomaniacs.”
A limited-edition set of Baron Fig’s Apprentice pocket notebooks, inspired by Mother Nature.
A notebook you’ll hopefully never have to replace.
A set of three portable sketchbooks that will be ready to capture your ideas whenever they strike.
A small bound booklet for carrying your passport and other little travel essentials.
Baron Fig’s first-ever matching set of limited edition notebooks, celebrating their first birthday as a company.
The popular and beautiful notetaking app by Q Branch, now available for iPad.
An easy way to snazz up your handwritten correspondence.