Kaweco Skyline Sage:
Milligram (formerly Notemaker) has released their own limited edition Kaweco Skyline edition. It’s sage green. It’s also available in a box set with a matching A6 notebook.
Baron Fig Strategist:
Baron Fig has rolled out their own 3×5″ notecards called Strategist. They are printed with dot grid and feature rounded corners. A set of 100 cards for $9.
Story Supply Co:
Story Supply Co has released their new hardcover Exposition notebook ($24.99). The Exposition notebook is “A5-ish” at 5.25″x8″ and features 192 pages using the same 70# FSC certified, acid-free paper as the pocket notebooks Story Supply creates. The paper is available in blank, lined or dot grid and the covers are “sea depth” linen wrapped board. They a smyth-sewn and include a ribbon bookmark. The notebooks are available for pre-order and quantities are limited so if you are interested in getting one, order now. Also, shipping will start within two weeks with delivery guaranteed by December 23, 2017.
For every Exposition Notebook sold, Story Supply provides a Story Supply Kit to a kid with a story to tell. And of course, they are all made in York, PA.
Moo x Timothy Goodman Notebook Collaboration:
The first, limited-edition, hardcover notebook from Moo is a collaboration with artist Timothy Goodman featuring the quote “Meetings Kill Creativity” on the black fabric cover in silver foil lettering. Inside is bright white, plain Munken Kristall paper and a center section of 16 pages of bright yellow G. F. Smith paper. The end papers and the front of the yellow section are accented with illustrations from Goodman to inspire meeting whimsy.
The notebook features the same attention-to-detail as the original hard cover notebooks like the exposed lay-flat spine, heat sealed ribbon and adhesive business card holder.
The Moo x Timothy Goodman notebook is available for
$21.99 $17.59 (20% off until Dec. 4).
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Gorgeous green on the Kawkeco notebook! I can see why it might have caught your eye. And as for the idea that meetings kill creativity, I’ve seen meetings turn straw into gold. It just depends on who’s there.
How do the Baron Fig cards compare in fountain pen friendliness to the Nock cards?
Thanks for the mention Ana!
The green notebook and Kaweco set is perfect. But, as the saying goes, “it’s a trap”. (Set to lure me out of my spending freeze. But I must not succumb.) anyway, heart.