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Calepino... mean, green writing machines

Posted by Amanda Fleet on

I love stationery. That's no big surprise. But I also love this planet we're on and over the last few years have become acutely aware of how much plastic is used, everywhere. It hasn't stopped me loving stationery, but it has made me think more than twice before buying products that aren't biodegradable. It's difficult. Even when I think I've found something great, it then arrives in shrink-wrapped plastic.

Enter Calepino!

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Best pens for Moleskine?

Posted by Amanda Fleet on

Over the last few years, Moleskines have been getting a rough press over the quality of their paper. I've not been a huge lover, to be honest, but then, I'm also one of the few in the world who wouldn't use Field Notes because of the paper quality. So, how bad are Moleskine (and Field Notes) with different pens? And if you're not a fountain pen user, do you even care that the paper doesn't cope with a Conklin Durograph laying down a lake of ink with every stroke? (No, probably not!) Okay, well here are the specs on some Moleskines....

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Let's get Webby to wumble

Posted by Scribble Monboddo on

Clairefontaine make excellent paper for fountain pen users, and they make it for their sub-brand Rhodia too. It's so good that you may well want some that you can put in your pocket, and here it is.

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