Like Chris, I have a notebook fetish and my to do lists often resort back to pen and paper so of course I am a fan of this one. I dig the fact that you can buy individual notebooks as well as bundles that are role-based. I’ve heard a rumor that there’s potential for coffee-related sales in the future as well.
It was fun to watch this come to life through sneak peeks on Dribbble. Great design, killer photography and even some quality branding help from another mutual buddy, Aaron Mahnke. Win-win-win.
Chris, one request: When we were getting ready for our SF trip, I spent more than enough time trying to find the SF Moleskine City Journal and still came up empty handed, niche market possibility for you?
Workspace coffee menu
Continuing the recent coffee-heavy related content, the menu at the (now defunct) Gastown, England-based Workspace is fantastic. You can mark it down as “borrowed” in much of my new artwork, I’m sure.
I’d take one of these Studio Coward pieces in print form if they were handing them out. Heck, I’d even pay for it if they decided to sell them. Bonus: The entire piece is a repeating pattern. I was skeptical too so I tested it.
Wow, Coudal might have just sucked me in. I’ve been meaning to swing by and pick up a new Moleskine, but goodness, these County Fair edition of Field Notes could be enough to sway me away from leather. I’d also take the map below as a print for my wall if they decided to produce it.
I feel like I’ve posted about Jessica Hische’s work before but I can find it anywhere. Either way, her Daily Drop Cap was already a pretty awesome experiment on her part to push her illustration skills and spread the word but she upped the stakes yesterday with some awesome letter-pressed business cards to accompany.