Field Notes’ Gilded Pocket Notebooks Were Inspired By The Periodic Table

Nov 19, 2019

Category: Gear

By now, it should be abundantly apparent that Aaron Draplin and his team at Field Notes are masters of modern design. And nowhere is that more apparent than in their seasonal special releases. But these geniuses may have just outdone themselves with their 2019 winter edition “Group Eleven” pocket notebooks.

Inspired by the Periodic Table of Elements and drawing its name from the position of gold, silver, and copper on said table, this latest trio of pocket notebooks boasts 48 pages of dot-graph paper and are made in the USA — just like all of the brand’s offerings. These ones are special, however, in that each one features a metallic cover, page edges, and binding staples all done up in their respective elements. Alongside the trio of notebooks, each set also includes a new “Elemental Equilateral 2020 Desk Calendar,” also done up with gold, silver, and copper ink. Pick up this festive collection today for $13 a pack.

Purchase: $13

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