Field Notes “Two Rivers” – Spring 2015 Colors Edition – Review

Field Notes Two Rivers Colors Edition Pocket Notebook Review

Field Notes Spring 2015 Colors Edition “Two Rivers” Specs From Field Notes: “French Paper supplied four cover stocks for these books: Pop-Tone 100#C “Lemon Drop” and “Sno Cone,” Speckletone 100#C “True White,” and Dur-O-Tone 80#C “Packing Brown Wrap.” We hand-set several designs using Hamilton’s collection of vintage type and ornaments. Hamilton then printed our designs in two […]

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Nock Co. Dot Dash Pocket Notebook Review

Nock Co. Dot Dash Pocket Notebook Review Specs: Top-Stapled binding 3.50″ x 5.50″ pocket-friendly size 48 pages (24 sheets) of 50lb. white paper stock Dot-Dash ruling (4.25mm grid spacing) Blinding yellow 80lb. paper cover $9 for a 3-pack Notes: Further expanding their popular line of pen cases, Nock Co. has released the Dot-Dash pocket notebooks. Blindingly yellow […]

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Baron Fig Confidant – Notebook Review

Baron Fig Confidant Notebook Review Specs: Opens flat 7.75″ x 5.50″ 12 perforated back pages Blank, ruled, or dot grid $16 with free shipping Notes: Thanks to the Baron Fig crew for sending out a notebook for review! I heard a lot about the book when they were successfully Kickstarted last year. The book comes […]

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Field Notes “Ambition” – Winter 2014 Colors Edition – Review

Field Notes Winter 2014 Colors Edition “Ambition” Specs From Field Notes: “Our old friends French Paper Co. of Niles, Michigan supplied “Olive,” “Wine,” and “Chocolate” 100# Speckletone for the covers, with production bouncing around the Midwest for the last few weeks. Printing started in Chicago’s suburbs at eDoc, then the covers were delivered to Nu Wave Diecutting […]

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Field Notes Unexposed Fall 2014 Colors Edition – Review

Field Notes Fall 2014 Colors Edition “Unexposed”   Specs From Field Notes: “Here’s what we can tell you: each “Unexposed” pack features three 5.5-inch x 3.5-inch 48-page memo books in an opaque black sleeve. The interior paper features our “reticle graph,” last seen in the “Night Sky” Edition from Summer 2013.”   Notes: If you have yet […]

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