Over on Rhodia Drive, the blog for Rhodia brand notebooks, they posed the question, “Do you cover your journal?” They featured this beautiful photo from Biffy Beans. So, do you prefer a journal that you can cover or replace the interior pages or using your notebooks nekkid?
Found at a flea market for $1. Fabulous vintage score! (via A Continuous Lean.)
Ecosystem is a new brand of 100% post-consumer recycled paper journals. I found this one in my local Barnes & Noble. They were about $1-$2 less expensive than the comparable Moleskine. The Ecosystem books are sold in 3 sizes (small 3-5/8 x 5-5/8, medium 5-1/4×8-1/4 and large 7-3/8 x 9-7/8), with flexible or hardcover options…
Evidence of a mind (and a pencil,) hard at work. (found by fuckyeahschoolsupplies and cheapthrillsandfrills and aliceinfuckingwonderland and maxine-alice)
Proof that, sometimes, the best tool for the job is a notebook you can buy for less than $5 a piece. Michael Beirut talks about using simple composition notebooks for the last 26 (nope, now its 28) years! 26 Years, 85 Notebooks: Observatory: Design Observer
This is one of my favorite notebooks. The Hand*Book Journal Co. blank books are beautiful. They are covered in hardback book cloth with blank pages inside. The paper is heavier weight and toothier than a standard Moleskine (and much cheaper) and available in a square 5×5 size, as well as more traditional 3×5 and 5×8-ish…
Such a moody photo. Is this where the first chapter of a novel starts? via fromme-toyou: The Journal Pentax Spotmatic / Tri-X 400