Notebook Review: Pebble Stationery Co. Glacier Edition

Notebook Review: Pebble Stationery Co. Glacier Edition

Review by Tina Koyama Before Pebble Stationery offered to send me a pack of its new notebooks, I admit I had never heard of the Australian company. A Kickstarter campaign last year helped bring a new pocket-size notebook with Tomoe River paper to market, and in August the limited Glacier Edition was launched (two notebooks…

Notebook Review: North of Rosemont

Review by Laura Cameron Last month North of Rosemont contacted us and asked if we’d be interested in trying their pocket notebooks. Of course I wanted to try! North of Rosemont is headquartered in Montréal and produces pocket size notebooks based on a few key principles. To use only the highest quality, premium paper. To…

A Review of Two Notebooks from Nero’s Notes

A Review of Two Notebooks from Nero’s Notes

Stuart at Nero’s Notes (through the help of his lovely assistant Clare) sent over two plain notebooks for me to test out. The Fa Vo Plain in Vanilla and the Poach My Lobster Notebook (Lobster). I specifically requested plain notebooks because I like to be unencumbered by lines, grids or dots. Somedays I write, somedays…

Notebook Review: Leuchtturm 1917 Academy Pad

Review by Tina Koyama An unusual notebook came my way in the Urban Sketchers Symposium swag bag: a Leuchtturm 1917 Academy Pad. From the outside, the A5-size notebook looks identical to other Leuchtturm notebooks (the traditional notebook is one of my favorites; I’ve used many as my journals and DIY planners), with a standard elastic…

Notebook Review – JetPen’s Kanso Sasshi Booklets

Review by Laura Cameron Last time I browsed JetPens.com I was excited to see a new (to me) notebook that I wanted to try. I went ahead and ordered the JetPens exclusive Kanso Sasshi Booklets (pack of 2, $20.50). These notebooks are simple booklets with brown cardstock covers and 96 pages of plain white 52gsm…