Wow, Robie Rogge and Joe Shouldice designed a notebook-and-pencil set for MoMA that cleverly skips around the usual pencil-tucked-in-spine feature and hides the pencil right in the cover of the notebook itself. We’re in favor.
Finally, someone has reinvented notebooks. These exquisite cloth-bound notebooks designed by Tan Mavitan for MoMA are triangles that unfold into perfectly square pages. Unlined too, so you can choose to ink away diagonally or across the pages.
When I first saw one of these little pads, I was immediately drawn in by their unique look and crafty feel. Later, I found out I was actually looking at a record album cover – or a piece of one at least. 12 Inch Notes are handmade notebooks made from recycled album covers, and make [...]
Our friends at Aussie stationary shop Notemaker have given us 10 Moleskine Lego Notebooks to give away: an assorted mix of 5 large and 5 pocket ones with mixed covers. To enter, tell us the first thing you’d write in your new notebook, along with the city you live in.