The Desk is spending this week cavorting with nature, staring at the crab apple blossoms and skipping through fields of clover (… as soon as the snow stops. Stupid weather!).
Hope you are enjoying a little spring break and communing with nature yourself.
I’ll be back next Monday with lots of reviews, products and stories. Happy Easter!
I assume the question regards any sort of blotting stamp for security purposes. Folks seem to like these as an alternative to paper shredders as they are smaller, quieter and portable for obscuring personal information on printed material. While shredding makes sense for a lot of papers, sometimes you just want to throw those credit card offers in the trash…
First, I’d like you to all admire my new and fully customized Link mascot thanks to my pal and co-worker Adan who, clearly, is a fabulous illustrator. I think I need Link on a t-shirt!
Now, on to the links:
- Leuchtturm 1917 soft cover notebook review (via Pen Addict)
- “Stone” Paper (Da Vinci Notebook) (via That One Pen)
- An Obsessive’s Guide to Field Notes COLORS Editions (via Field Notes)
Ever wanted a bag made form old USPS mail bags? Well, now’s your chance. Timbuk2 has introduced the Terracycle messenger bag made from old canvas mail bags. Each bag is unique and this option will only be available for a limited time. They are available in small ($99) or the medium ($109) and in original white canvas or in an overdyed brown (seems more UPS than USPS, but who am I to judge?).
I’ve been collecting a backlog of links. I’m like a month behind so these will get you started… more later!
- Yellow vs White Rhodia Paper (via Rhodia Drive)
- Yellow Rhodia Paper (via Pencil Revolution)
- Doane Paper Grid + Lines Utility Notebook Review (via Pens! Paper! Pencils!)
- Kokuyo Campus High Grade Notebooks (CYO-BO and MIO) Review (via The Pen Addict)
- Michael Taussig on Field…
The Etranger di Costarica memo bookis a simple, little, pocket-sized notebook. The appealing thing for me was ,of course, the transparent plastic cover in a gorgeous lime green. I was really hoping that the cover would be the right size to fit over a standard Field Notes. Sadly, the Etranger di Costarica memo book is a tiny bit smaller than a Field Notes (or other pocket notebook) measuring at…