Nero's Notes — Getting To Know

Getting to Know....Peter Koval, Creative Director of Berlin Notebook

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Ink or pencil? Both! I have been collecting pencils for many years now. I bought or got most of them as souvenirs, so while using them, they remind me of a certain place I visited. I really enjoy how they get smaller – it’s a beautiful metaphor for fading memories, isn’t it? – Being transformed into new words or drawings. But I also love to write with fountain pens. They force you to slow down a little bit, to be more attentive. Especially today, when you can’t be fast enough to instantly respond any request, it’s good to hold something more...

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Getting to know Louise Tucker of 'Poach my Lobster'

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Smart cookies that you are, you will have spied 'Poach my Lobster', our newest range at Nero's Notes. A lovely form factor with fountain pen friendly paper, there are great edition to the range. (And to Stuart's desk.) We thought we'd find out a little more about the brains behind the brand, Louise Tucker... What’s behind your concept? I love all things to do with print, paper and food; in my other life I edit cookbooks, write a food blog (wtfdoieattonight.com) and am an avid cook. So, a few years ago I started a small publishing company, called Poach my...

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Getting to know...Dinah Johnson

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Dinah Johnson is behind the Handwritten Letter Appreciation Society. Nero's Notes wanted to know more and so got in touch.

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Getting to know...Fa Vo

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Meet Ivo and Liana, the creators behind Fa Vo, awesome, recycled notebooks, made in Portugal.

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Getting to Know...Craig Janik

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Craig is the Star in ‘DarkStar Collection’. We were selling Craig’s first notebook editions back in late 2016, as PocketNotebooks, and have continued ever since. We asked Craig our usual questions…Why did you start designing notebooks?  I hated that I could only write on one side of the page due to paper quality and bleed through – that was the first thing I went after, paper quality.What’s behind your design?I’m unfussy. I like the design to be stripped down. Minimalist, but instantly recognisable as DarkStar Collection.Who are your notebooks for?Anyone who wants a high quality notebook, at a fair price....

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