1) A permanent edition of their extremely popular reporter’s notebook, and 2) a limited-edition pen made from wood reclaimed from an iconic Chicago building constructed in the aftermath of the Great Fire of 1871.
A low-profile briefcase that carries just enough digital and analog tools to get your daily work done.
An ode to the importance of linguistic style (and a super fun read, besides).
A take-anywhere, get-it-done pen with a barrel made from stainless steel and a knurled grip for easier writing.
A solid walnut pen holder that holds up to 9 pens and incorporates a stainless steel planting dish designed for a small succulent, cactus, or other plant.
A fine way to keep your writing utensils in one place.
The world’s first mechanical switch keyboard designed specifically for the 12.9″ iPad Pro.
Baron Fig’s new softcover notebook, which comes in two colors and three sizes.
A simple and elegant notebook that opens flat and lets you keep your favorite writing utensil always at the ready.
The sight of one of these reporter’s notebooks being whipped out and flipped open is a sure sign that somebody is about to write down something important.
A handmade genuine leather cover that fits a large Moleskine notebook (hard or soft cover) and an iPad mini.
A durable, weatherproof bag for carrying writing/drawing essentials.
A heavy-duty electric sharpener that’s recommended by teachers, librarians, and parents all over.
A new typeface designed for text, text, and nothing but text.
A solid and tactile brass pencil sharpener with built-in point-adjustment function.