Written by Katie on December 2, 2010. Permalink
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Your Design Guide to Home & Style.
Written by Katie on December 2, 2010. Permalink
Written by Katie on November 16, 2010. Permalink
Get ideas in the shower? Or in the rain? or while doing dishes? Behold the Waterproof Notebook, which is comprised of 80 sheets of waterproof paper and a graphite pencil. (I hadn’t really been aware of such a thing as waterproof paper, but apparently you can tear out the sheets like an ordinary notebook.)
Purchase Information:Price: £8.95
Written by Katie on November 3, 2010. Permalink
How much do you like these bookmark sets? I might love them, I really might. Each bookmark has a re-usable glue like a sticky label, so they’ll last for a few months. When I was looking around for images to use for this post I found a whole bunch of other Stipee Bookmarks around $8.00 from Japanese Gift Market. My favorites are the Savanna and Forest, mostly because I like the landscapes, but there’s more than a handful of other ones to choose from (Numbers (color) could be fun to use too).
Purchase Information:Price: $8.95
Written by Simon on September 28, 2010. Permalink
Shh…it’s a secret. At a first glance these Air Mail envelopes from Sweetie Pie Press are nothing out of the ordinary, but when held up to a light source they reveal a secret message, and in this case, an uplifting and comforting one. This is a first in series of envelopes so we’re definitely looking forward to seeing the upcoming ones.
Written by Katie on September 3, 2010. Permalink
If your sticky notes don’t quite give you the planning space you need, take a look at this notepad. Available in either a weekly calendar or graph style, you’ll have an 11.8″ x 2.7″ area to jot notes while planning your week.
Written by Katie on August 26, 2010. Permalink
Written by Katie on August 25, 2010. Permalink
When you can’t find the right words, these cards will do the talking for you… invaluable in those awkward moments and completely worth $12.
Box of 24 cards.
Purchase Information:Price: $12.00
Written by Katie on August 3, 2010. Permalink
These aren’t your normal composition books, of course. They’re made with Biogas derived energy from 100% recycled (post consumer waste) paper. If that’s not enough to win you over, I don’t know what will.
Available in Topographical Map with Grid Pages, Woodgrain and Cherry Blossom.
College Ruled, 80 Sheets/160 Pages
7.5 x 9.75
Made in USA
Purchase Information:Price: $4.95
Written by Simon on July 19, 2010. Permalink
If you’re in a creative rut and need some help thinking outside the box, this Inspiration Pad may be able to help. It throws away any standard line or grid system and in place of it are pages of zig zags, swirls, and non-sensical bends. Each page should inspire you to draw or write differently, or possibly give you a headache. Each notepad contains 32 pages and measures 165 x 210 mm.
Written by Katie on June 11, 2010. Permalink
That’s right, Moleskine has added quite a few United States cities to its collection of city notebooks. The city map is invaluable, and there’s tons of room for making notes on shops and restaurants to revisit (or avoid). I fully recommend getting whichever one for exploring whatever city you’re visiting, as I’ve found mine extremely handy to have.
3.5 x 5.5 inches
Purchase Information:Price: $16.95
Written by Katie on June 2, 2010. Permalink
Written by Simon on June 1, 2010. Permalink
Yeah I know, a rectangular stickie note makes the most sense in the squared-off world we live in. But whatever, these cool geometric shaped ones are just fun. Even if you don’t actually do work with them, they’d be great to have around for gifts and other crafty projects. Someone buy me a pack of hexagons.
2” x 3.75″
Purchase Information:Price: £4.75
Written by Katie on May 24, 2010. Permalink
This notebook might not look like much, but that’s precisely the point. No logos, subltle barely-there white lines on the pages, and it opens fully flat. So while all these things are small details, added up together it makes for a notebook that doesn’t get it the way of your drawing/writing.
More information on itsaboutblank.com
Purchase Information:Price: €19.00
Written by Katie on May 14, 2010. Permalink
If your old school correspondence (i.e. snail mail) feels a bit dull, these cards from Portugal might just add some interest and variety to your stationery drawer.
Nuno Neves, Susana Vilela, 2007
Made in Portugal
Size: 4h x 6l x .25″w
Set of 12 cards.
Purchase Information:Price: $18.00
Written by Simon on April 21, 2010. Permalink
Created from salvaged furniture production cutoffs, Xylobooks are handmade blank books with sturdy wood covers for the most important of memories.
Designer: Johnathan Nussbaum and Gary Robbins
Materials: high quality recycled archival paper, cotton twill tape, iron nails. Wood: Bigleaf Maple, White Oak, or Cherry
Specifications: 5.25″L x 4.25″W, 64 leaves, 128 pages.
Purchase Information:Price: $45.00