Paper & Notebooks:


Other Interesting Things:

Submit your Link Love art: To be the featured artist on an upcoming Link Love, write, draw, photograph, or doodle an original “Link Love” image. It can be lettering, calligraphy, your own interpretation of Link or anything else you think might relate to the weekly list of pen/pencil-centric blog links. Email your submission to me at chair @ wellappointeddesk.com. Please include any link information you’d like in the image credit (your name, Twitter handle, Instagram, blog, etc). Also include any information about inks, tools, paper, etc used in your creation. Please let me know that I have permission to publish your work in Link Love and that the image is your original piece.

2 Comments on Link Love: Montblanc, Moleskine & Magic Pencils

  1. More moleskine hate in the links.

    For my standard journal I love my leuchtturm1917, for the table of contents and page numbers more than anything else. I cannot imagine living without page numbers in a 250 page journal.

    But I also need pocket notebooks, and I really like my cahiers. Hard cover pocket notebooks are too thick (and don’t lay flat enough unless I abuse the spine). Field Notes are too thin. And Clairefontaines versions of the utility notebook are too far away and cost too much in shipping.

    Maybe it’s because I write in ballpoint. My handwriting has a cramped, neurotic “serial killer” vibe that does poorly with fountain pens.

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