Clairefontaine Triomphe A4 Pad

I've been attending quite a few more meetings than usual recently. All of them related to my PhD dissertation, and all of them require me to take copious notes. Until recently, I had been using a Life Noble Report A4 pad, but I'm starting to run low on sheets, and my nightmare would be to run … Continue reading Clairefontaine Triomphe A4 Pad

Life Kappan Writing Paper

I don't usually buy loose-sheet writing paper, as I don't really write correspondence in hard copy; but the Life Kappan writing paper pad is an exception. Firstly, it isn't strictly loose sheet, as it is lightly glued to its cardboard backing along the top edge. And secondly, this paper is just phenomenal. It makes you look … Continue reading Life Kappan Writing Paper

Rhodia DotPad Notepad No. 12

Why would anybody write a review of the Rhodia Dotpad? It's ubiquitous—everybody's got one, they're everywhere, and they've been around for years. Exactly. Everybody's got one, and they've been around for years. There must be something about them right? So what's the fascination with this little pad? First-off, it's small; which in this case, is … Continue reading Rhodia DotPad Notepad No. 12

Life Noble Report A4

There comes a point when pocket-sized, and A5 notebooks just don't cut the mustard (note for North American peoples, this means they're just not up to the job; and no, I have no idea whatsoever why that should have anything to do with mustard). Enter, the Life Japanese Stationery Company's Noble Report A4 Writing Tablet. One … Continue reading Life Noble Report A4

Rhodia Heritage Notebook in Black Escher

The Rhodia Heritage Sewn Spine notebook in what they call black escher was one of the highlights of my week. It arrived promptly after placing an order with Wonder Pens in Toronto; and I just couldn't wait to get my hands on it. Liz recently wrote about the new lines of Clairefontaine and Rhodia notebooks they … Continue reading Rhodia Heritage Notebook in Black Escher

Clairefontaine Age-Bag Tan Journal

The Clairefontaine Age-Bag Tan journal... has about the worst name for a notebook/journal I've come across to date. I'm sure their marketing department has a great reason, something to do with retro aesthetics and so on... blah, blah, blah. What would have been wrong with calling it a tan notebook? This is obviously why I … Continue reading Clairefontaine Age-Bag Tan Journal