Tag Archives: paper

Notepod

So, you think Moleskines are expensive? Behold, the Notepod! [Notepod via Awesomer]

I feel like I’m missing something about the Moleskine MSK format

Moleskine is pushing a new “MSK” format for designing your own custom pages on your computer to be printed and attached to one of their famous notebooks. But I’m confused. While I understand the utility of custom pages, especially some … Continue reading

Graph paper art by Arnaud Loumeau

Arnaud Loumeau‘s graph paper art tickles my obsessive-compulsive-by-proxy lobe in much the same way that pixel art, quilting, and LEGO modeling does.

Self-stapling paper pad

A simple but gorgeous idea by designer sherwood Forlee: die-cut pads of paper, the corners of which can be easily folded over to staplelessly stick them together. I wish someone would actually start selling pads like this. A little bit … Continue reading

Laser-engraved Moleskine covers don’t emit phosgene and chlorine, which is nice

A small company that laser-etches tech and nerd gear has this sage advice: WARNING : DO NOT LASER ENGRAVE MOLESKINES WITHOUT THE PROPER FILTRATION SYSTEM. BURNING THEM CREATES HIGHLY TOXIC GASES INCLUDING PHOSGENE AND CHLORINE GAS. THE HYDROCHLORIC ACID PRODUCED … Continue reading

“Shit List” memo pad

Design Warehouse Santa Fe sells this “Shit List,” a small memo pad onto which those that have dared cross you can be inscribed along with their transgressions and your “Plan of Attack”. We use something similar around BBG to keep … Continue reading

Pulp Pitchers from Waste Paper

Dutch designer Jo Meesters has made this collection of vases and water pitchers made from cast-off waste paper mixed with epoxy and polyurethane. That might affect the ability for these to be recycled again, but I’m actually less interested in … Continue reading

Magnetic Paper: Write Your Ode to Lode

This “Magnetic Field Paper” is simple enough, reacting to the mysterious power of the lodestone. I am unsure if baby’s blood is necessary to activate its fell power, but I figure it always pays to play it safe. From the … Continue reading