Field Notes’ fall 2020 edition features the work of nine independent printers from across America, demonstrating a wide array of craftsmanship, ingenuity, and love for the age-old and tactile process of letterpress printing.
Boasting a vibrant orange clothbound hardcover, this eyecatching notebook is the only pumpkin spice-related thing worth getting excited about in 2020. 🎃📙
Figure out what you’re doing (probably) with this offbeat, optimistic planner.
Day One V5 brings an all-new ‘Today’ view that seamlessly brings your journal entries together based on inputs like date, location, calendar events, etc.
Made to be treasured for a lifetime, each refillable discbound journal is made from the highest quality components that will wear beautifully with age.
Originally developed in Paris circa 1900, this Art Noveau-esque display typeface has been digitized for your eye-catching headline needs.
A beautiful pen-and-paper productivity system designed to complement the digital tools you already use, if not replace them outright.
Field Notes’ summer 2020 edition contains a pair of rugged memo-sized Work Books, durable enough for your toughest assignments.
Recreates the tactile feel of writing and drawing on paper, except on your iPad screen.
Sticks to any journal, notebook, planner, or calendar so you’ll always have a pen ready to go.
600 opaque plastic tabs in 12 vibrant colors (50 each) gives notebooks, novels, and documents a real “look at me” attitude.
With their long, needle-like tips, these writing/sketching pens create crips and clean lines that dry almost instantly and are then waterproof.
Forms, postal supplies, and flash cards have inspired this set of 10 “fill-in-yourself” stamps, each measuring 50mm x 30mm.
Romantic and curvy, like a roadtrip should be, Voyage is a very seductive yet bold display typeface.
A colorful take on a classic pen, presented in an ultra-thin aluminum case.
With delightful interactions, powerful editing tools, and a beautiful design, Noto helps you capture the best of your everyday life.
A bowing knight, hands raised to hold your most powerful weapon: your pen.