Field Notes’ winter 2022 quarterly limited edition goes back to the basics.
Jump into six quadrillion gallons of fresh water with Field Notes’ Summer 2022 quarterly limited edition.
Field Notes’ spring 2022 quarterly limited edition is just as bright and warm as the name would imply.
Featuring cover illustrations by John Burgoyne, Field Notes’ fall 2021 quarterly limited edition celebrates the autumnal harvest beautifully (and sustainably).
Field Notes’ Summer 2021 quarterly limited edition celebrates all things hiking, trekking, and even strolling.
Lists a whole bunch of common (and some uncommon) fraction-to-decimal conversions for easy reference. Great for any desk, toolkit, basement lair, cave, nook, lathe, machine shop, printing facility, or fix-it shop.
Field Notes’ Spring 2021 quarterly limited edition marks their fiftieth such release. Time really flies.
Like snowflakes, every Field Notes memo book is different. This time however, that’s literally true. ❄️📘
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.
Field Notes’ summer 2020 edition contains a pair of rugged memo-sized Work Books, durable enough for your toughest assignments.
A pair of custom notebooks formatted for your Dungeons & Dragons (5th Edition) roleplaying adventures.
Field Notes’ winter 2019 quarterly limited edition gets its name from the position of the elements copper, silver, and gold in the Periodic Table.
Field Notes’ fall 2019 quarterly limited edition celebrates the warm colors of fall foliage, with realistic leaves embossed into the covers using sculptural brass dies.
Field Notes’ summer 2019 edition recalls the heritage — and archival promotional materials and publications — of the National Park System.
Field Notes’ spring 2019 quarterly limited edition celebrates the span and history of America’s Interstate Highway System.
One of our favorite designers got to pour his skills into designing one of his favorite things, and we couldn’t be happier for him.
There’s more than meets the eye when it comes to Field Notes’ winter 2018 quarterly limited (and cryptographic) edition.
Field Notes’ Fall 2018 quarterly limited edition invites you to judge it by its inside cover.