Posts Tagged: Stationery
I’m sitting here listening to Storm Isha battering our battened hatches, and remembering Storm Eunice. I was ‘trapped’ in London for an extra day but managed to find shelter from the storm in Hawksmoor Borough. Desperate times and all that… As a fountain pen user, I have a Sunday ritual of cleaning and filling myContinue Reading ›
Wonderfully analogue – surprisingly moving. Via — The Cramped
The Baron Fig Confidant Notebook is a Kickstarter success story where three friends came together to create their perfect notebook. As of this week Baron Fig now ship to the UK, and they have kindly sent me a Confidant to review. I thought however that I would start with an ‘unboxing’ of the Confidant, which I realiseContinue Reading ›
In a world where we consume and replace items at an alarming rate, and where there is a multi-billion dollar industry in protective cases for our devices it feels as if almost everything we carry is new and blemish free. Which is why I love items such as the iPhone in my original Aged toContinue Reading ›
I think I like the idea of Field Notes notebooks more than I like the actual notebooks these days, but this video is wonderful. I love the idea that what you write in it becomes the soul of a notebook.
Last week was National Stationery Week here in the UK. During this joyous week celebrating paper, pencil, pen and ink I was contacted by the delightfully named Anna Rainbow from The Pen Company asking if I would like to review one of their items. It would have been rude to say no. After chatting forContinue Reading ›