Design Posted on September 17, 2010 – 09:01 in Design | Steven

Midori Traveler’s Notebook

Tenue De Nímes just put me on to a great product from Midori in Japan, their multi-facetetd Traveler’s Notebook. Like many of us older guys out there I am getting increasingly put off by writing my notes, sketches and so on into digital format and this notebook by Midori seems to be the MacGyver of all solutions out there. Rather than “just” being another Moleskin rip-off, the Midori version comes with some many great little trinkets that, in a way, it’s almost as versatile as said unpleasing electronic formats.

Like I said. Tenue de Nímes put up a great review of the product here, and Searching For Arcadia does also, here.

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