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Field Notes Is Bringing Color To Office Supplies

Field Notes Is Bringing Color To Office Supplies
Design & Architecture

Pocket notebook company Field Notes has given their recycled covers a make-over.

Laura Feinstein
  • 4 december 2009

While it’s cousin Moleskin might have all the fame and glory, pocket notebook company Field Notes has quietly been working it’s way onto desks and into messenger bags internationally with their versatile collection of black, ruled, and graphing pads. Designed locally by Draplin in the Pacific Northwest, their light weight and sleek design has made them popular with everyone from architects and designers to college students. So it was all the more exciting this year when they announced they would be giving their standard beige/recycled covers a technicolor make-over. To celebrate, Field Notes put together a brief , seasonal video to illustrate some of their designs, which can be ordered on their website.

Watch the video below:



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