Posts Tagged "notebook"

June 6, 2011

Bound Custom Journals

For the last year or so, your humble OKGreatster (me) has been hard at work on a new little project called Bound Custom Journals.  It arose out of a simple need.  Many of us use journals for sketching, note-taking, traveling, and a whole host of other uses.  But until now there was no way to conveniently do all of those things in one place.  We may have one book with grids or blanks for sketching, another with lines for writing, and entire books dedicated to city maps for traveling.  Bound Custom Journals will allow you to craft the contents of your journal around your life.  Via a simple website, you’ll be able to select from our ever-growing library of content and organize, page-by-page, section-by-section, your very own, American-made custom journal and have it in your hands in just days.

It’s been a lot of work getting to this point, but now we need to see if this idea is really something that people want.  So what better way to do that than to hold a pre-sale on Kickstarter.  Check out our project page for all the deets.

I could wax poetic on this stuff all day, but I think the easiest way to explain it all is to watch our video on the Kickstarter page and embedded below.  If you like the idea, go ahead and toss a few dollars in our pledge bucket.  Or just help spread the word – every last dollar, tweet, tumbl, facebook, blog post, whatever counts.  Thanks!


September 3, 2009

Sketchy People

Martine Workman doesn’t just have the coolest name ever, she’s also a talented, multi-disciplinary artist.  I was really drawn to her sketchbooks (get it?), of which she has excerpts from on her site.



Our measly image width really doesn’t do Martine justice, go check out the crazy detail at her site.