For our 25th (!) seasonal release, we’ve created something pretty special and very useful. Check out the AMBITION EDITION. It’s shipping right now.
Entries Tagged as 'Colors'
January 21st, 2015 by Jim Coudal
November 15th, 2014 by Bryan Bedell
It was only a matter of time: the math geeks at Reddit came across the “Free Clic Pen” offer in our Arts and Sciences edition. Arts and Sciences is still available, and the prize remains unclaimed.
November 1st, 2014 by Bryan Bedell
First, we mailed out our Fall 2014 edition to COLORS subscribers and then we revealed the edition to everybody else. Well, maybe revealed isn’t the right word. In any case, have a look, we think you’ll love it.
August 13th, 2014 by Jim Coudal
We release seasonal editions four times each year. A very few of them, like the County Fair and Expedition Editions, become regular parts of our line, but for the vast majority, once they’re gone, they’re gone forever. You can purchase a year-long Colors Subscription and receive two of each release, plus lots of extra goodies and subscriber exclusives for just $97. Subscribers shipments always go out first too.
In a rare moment of organization and planning, we actually know what the next three editions will be. Winter is something people have been asking for, and Spring is, well, let’s just say it’s an really ambitious, and time-consuming, undertaking. You can start a subscription right now with the Unexposed Edition We’ll ship that out right away with extras and then you’ll be all set through next June or thereabouts.
July 14th, 2014 by Bryan Bedell
As our mailing list learned first, the Summer 2014 COLORS edition is now available! Arts and Sciences features new, bigger FIELD NOTES books, with more pages. Each pack contains one “Arts” book with a wine-colored cover and alternating blank and ruled pages, and one “Sciences” book with a slate-colored cover and alternating blank and “engineer’s graph” pages. Both feature handy info regarding their particular fields of study. Find out more and order a 2-Pack or start your subscription now! It’s a limited edition and once they’re gone, they’re gone.
June 18th, 2014 by Bryan Bedell
“Despite the plethora of new, Arts and Sciences is a Field Notes book through and through.”
Thanks, Josh, glad you dig ‘em! Thanks also to Uncrate, Hypebeast, Well-Appointed Desk, Woodclinched, Unroyal Warrant, Chase McCoy, Acquire, Tools and Toys for all the shoutouts. 2-Packs of the 64-page larger-format “Arts and Sciences” are still available for a limited time, or subscribe to guarantee a year’s worth of our limited edition notebooks before they sell out.
April 15th, 2014 by Jim Coudal
Our Spring seasonal release is The Shelterwood Edition and it’s available in 3-Packs and as part of a year-long COLORS subscription right now. Oh by the way, it’s made of wood.
April 10th, 2014 by Jim Coudal
Sort of a “Director’s Commentary” about all our Field Notes COLORS seasonal editions, just not as interesting. Bryan and I go through all the releases, by year, in a series of video recaps.
April 2nd, 2014 by Jim Coudal
In the past, we’ve seen people doing occasional modifications and customizations to their FIELD NOTES editions. In fact, we released an edition that was created to be 100% customized, The “Dry Transfer” Edition, from the Spring of 2011. Now, check this very cool mod to our new Shelterwoods.
“Here is a quick video I made showing how I apply an easy, fine-woodworking finish to protect and pop the natural beauty of the wood.” Andy Hullinger stained his Field Notes Shelterwood Editions. While we’re on the topic, thanks to Josh Ginter and Ed Jelly for their thoughtful reviews, and congrats to Brad and Myke on the 100th Episode of the always excellent Pen Addict Podcast.
January 20th, 2014 by Bryan Bedell
This winter’s FIELD NOTES COLORS limited-edition release has been revealed! “Cold Horizon” is a glossy blue 3-pack that’s perfect for gift-giving, and it’s available now. Get ‘em while they last, and check out our new film, Winter Almanac, for sound advice for the season. Get all the details here.