How do you make everyone's favorite pocketable notebook even better? Well, if you're the mad minds at Blackbird, you take three Pitch Black Field Notes books, bind them together with your special tar formula, and add a double-wrapped cord closure and a tarred cord as a bookmark. The result is the Blackbird Tar Field Notes Notebook, which comes in at 148 pages and is guaranteed to draw attention at the local coffee shop/next maker meetup.
Most of us have things like monitors, keyboards, pen cups, and lamps on our desk. The trouble is, unless you purchased them all at once or a terrific interior designer, odds are their disparate appearance likely makes for a messy look. Remedy this situation with a few choice pieces from the Grovemade Desk Collection. The collection includes a monitor stand, keyboard tray, mouse pad, ruler, wrist pad, pen cup, paperclip holder, succulent planter, and lamp, all available in your choice of walnut or maple, and all guaranteed to add a touch of class to your workspace.
While they're commonly lumped together, Arts and Sciences are two very different disciplines — different enough that they should have their own notebooks. Or at least that's the idea behind Field Notes Arts & Sciences Notebooks. Part of the ongoing Colors series, these limited-edition books are larger than normal — 7.5" x 4.75" — and offer 64 pages each. The Arts book gets a wine-colored cover containing handy information, right-side pages with quarter-inch gray rules for prose and poetry, and blank left-side pages, while the Sciences book sports a slate gray cover filled with formulas and theories, right-side pages with an all-new Engineers Graph, and blank left-side pages for whatever doesn't go on a graph.