Talk to any creative person and they will tell you the importance of getting your ideas down. Doesn’t matter how bad an idea may be, simply get it on paper. Dream it up, then write it down and sketch it out and start to move towards moulding your idea. That is all good and well but in this digital era we live in having paper to hand isn’t exactly guaranteed. What you need is a small and portable yet durable journal.
The lovely gents over at BehindTheStache, sent our writers some of their journals and we have been using them ever since. A perfect journal to express your creative thoughts, the starting point for many of our articles and a beautiful way of holding the roots of tomorrow’s stories.
These Moleskine Cahiers come in either Grid, Lined or Plain paper, giving a different style for a different occasion. We especially love the pocket at the back of the journal, a great place to store any of the 16 detachable pages at the back.
The range of designs are beautiful, with beautiful typography and inspiring quotes to keep you inspired. Even if you are not feeling it yourself, these journals fill you with the words that might give you the inspiration for the next stage of your journey.
A pack of three journals will cost you around $15 yet be assured that these are a beautifully made American product with FSC certified paper for those who rightly worry about their environmental impact.
We gave this a review of 9/10 - what are your thoughts?
Artist Sarah DeRemer has created a illustrated series of food hybrids made with animals, and various fruits and vegetables.
I can’t explain to you how bad I want this.