Whether it’s the Sunday Times glossy paper or regular old newsprint, you need just the right pencil for crossword puzzles.
Germany’s best-selling pencil for learning to write (but also great for adults who like a comfy writing grip).
The best app for writing notes by hand, especially on iPad.
With space for 12 dedicated trips — including planning, itineraries, pre-trip checklists, maps and travel logs — this is the ultimate tool for planning, enjoying, and remembering all of your adventures.
These colorful tools have a flexible brush tip at one end and a fine bullet tip at the other. Perfect for calligraphy, hand lettering, drawing, and writing.
Modern reinterpretations of a collection of classic typefaces that date all the way back to the Renaissance.
The perfect way to display whatever’s on your mind, in practically any space.
There’s more than meets the eye when it comes to Field Notes’ winter 2018 quarterly limited (and cryptographic) edition.
Quincy’s warm, rounded letterforms provide a pleasant reading experience. It also works as a stately display font.
Write and draw in 7 brilliant colors — a rainbow in every pencil.
Our favorite fake web design union is back in business and they’ve really hit the ground running.
These aren’t pens to be kept hidden in a drawer somewhere, but rather proudly displayed on your desk.
Designed in Germany, this stationery duo is made from high-performance concrete, both sporting an asymmetrical hexagonal body shape.
This pencil has a built-in mechanism that rotates the lead as you write, keeping the lead sharp and your lines clean — always.
This slim leather bi-fold includes an aerospace-grade space ink pen and a 48-page notebook.
Field Notes’ Fall 2018 quarterly limited edition invites you to judge it by its inside cover.
A simple design with a bolt mechanism that’s hard not to play with.
Ugmonk’s 10th and final limited-edition anniversary set.