Moleskine has slowly been unveiling a new collection from designer Giulio Iachetti. Included in the collection is a pencil!
The pencils I obtained came in cardboard and plastic packaging. There was no simple way to open the package that I could determine, so I used kitchen scissors.
The set includes two pencils, a […]
Between online selling and big box stores, many types of smaller businesses are feeling the pinch today. The independent stationery store is unfortunately a relic in many places. One exception may be New York City. (See these posts at Pocket Blonde. New York looks great!)
One way of fighting back is to move […]
Talk about long accordion folds of paper! The Moleskine Project Planner is essentially a long zig-zag folded piece of paper inside the familiar Moleskine exterior – black cover, elastic band, pocket inside the back cover.
I would say it is very unusual, presenting a linear unbroken view of the calendar year.
Congratulations to Canadian stationer Papterie Nota Bene for being prominently featured on two pages of today’s National Post.
By Nathalie Atkinson, Move over Moleskine is a richly illustrated leisurely look at the fine notebooks and writing implements that many of us enjoy.
What the online article doesn’t show are the photos and prominence that the […]
Let’s take a look at some popular pencil erasers.
When I’m taking notes at a meeting, I rarely use an eraser. There just isn’t time. I strike out the error, and carry on. But at my desk or at home, the ability to correct one’s writing, charts, and drawings is a major benefit of […]