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Making Custom Notebooks

March 11th, 2020 No Comments

We have been making custom project notebooks for many years – they are very popular with participants in workshops or when doing field work as we can make them bespoke for the purpose, and the participants can personalise them as they wish. Our TK Reite Notebooks project is perhaps the classic example, but we have […]

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Antarctic Cities Youth Expedition Notebooks

February 19th, 2020 1 Comment

A🧵- The trip to #Antarctica is ending for the #AntarcticCitiesYouthExpedition but the most important part is about to start. Stay tuned for the creation of the #AntarcticYouthCoalition to inspire others to💗protect #Antarctica @westernsydneyu @UTAS_ @CAPELatAm @Antarcticlegacy — Antarctic-Cities (@AntarcticCities) February 19, 2020 Giles Lane has designed a set of personal field notebooks and a […]

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Diffusion Archive Review: Schedulers by Alice Angus

November 2nd, 2010 No Comments

This illustrated scheduler was created by Alice Angus, whilst experimenting with eBook notebooks. Each month (a page) is adorned with one of her works, and writing spaces for tasks and notes. The simple design framework, coupled with her lovely ephemeral illustrations, combine to be one of the most visually pleasing (and functional) eBooks in the […]

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Pitch In & Publish: City As Material – Streetscapes Notebook

October 4th, 2010 No Comments

I’ve just made a simple custom notebook for all participants of our first Pitch In & Publish: City As Material event, based on the topic of “Streetscapes”. It contains an overview of City As Material as a theme, as well as some suggestions and interesting locations to kick-start the creative process, and of course, blank […]

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How to keep a geological field notebook

August 6th, 2010 No Comments

A very tangible field notebook (via fieldnotebookcom) Following on from the paper versus digital notebook conversation the other day I came across this post describing how to keep a geological field notebook. What I liked was how few of the characteristics and possible uses of a geologists field notebook they list actually have to do […]

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