Entries from February 2011
February 23rd, 2011 by Bryan Bedell
February 18th, 2011 by Aaron
Just some thick-lined logo logo action on a Friday. And carrots. Nothing more, nothing less.
February 16th, 2011 by Bryan Bedell
Brent Phillips of Toronto recieved a FIELD NOTES Northerly 3 pack and Bic Clic pen as a Christmas gift from a friend…
…To thank her i wanted to send her a page from the book with something from me. So, in conversation, I asked her where her roots are; the name of the town her parents came from in Italy. With the help of Google Maps and Google Pictures i located a beautiful shot of the town Soverato, and i sketched it in the centrefold page of my first book, detatched it, and included the sketch with my return gift to her. She loved it so much, she puchased an antique frame and hung it on the wall of her bedroom.
February 4th, 2011 by Bryan Bedell
Greetings from Field Notes Brand’s snowy Midwestern Headquarters. Above is the view from 400 N. May St. Lacking anywhere better to put all this snow, trucks have been piling it up in the empty lot next to us. After a couple days spent clearing out our alleys, we’re back in the office and ready to ship all your favorite FN products while we prepare to go on press with our eleventh printing (!) and a really fantastic Spring COLORS edition that we cant talk about just yet. Also note that all 50 states of our COUNTY FAIR edition are back in stock, and 50-state box sets are still available.
February 2nd, 2011 by Bryan Bedell
COUNTY FAIR Box Set of All 50 State Editions
A special limited-edition complete set of 50 individual notebooks, one from each state, packaged in a custom box along with a 6 pack of Field Notes Clic Pens, a “BAND of RUBBER,” and a lovely First Place Ribbon to display next to your Championship Peach Cobbler, or to use as a bookmark in the set. Tied up in twine, the COUNTY FAIR Box Sets are $99 each and make a great gift for kids, or for recording your travels and learning about the U.S. of A. We’ll be using IL, IN, OH, PA and NY on a trip to the Adirondacks this summer. Maybe more if we get lost.