• Account deleted over 1 year ago

    We get it. You like to release notebooks with different pictures on the cover.

    15 points
    • Thomas Lowry, over 1 year ago

      Kind of a fail if this is your first time landing on a Baron fig page to not even show a photo of the interior pages. Thats sort of an important thing for someone buying boutique stationery.

      3 points
  • P.J. Onori, over 1 year ago

    It's not a day on Designer News if there isn't a Muzli, Toptal and Baron Fig post on the front page.

    12 points
  • Cristian MoiseiCristian Moisei, over 1 year ago

    Are you guys going to keep spamming here every time you release a differently coloured notebook? I got one a while ago and there's nothing special about it - it's just a good notebook, so while I can understand the appeal of apparently free advertising, in my eyes it makes the company seem like you are desperately trying to convince us of how edgy your products are and alienating people who just want a notebook.

    11 points
  • A Paul, over 1 year ago

    I feel like the ~cOoL nOtEbOoK~ trend from the early 2010s is over.

    5 points
  • Oliver Swig, over 1 year ago

    DNers: Wait, are you guys now all salty that you bought into the pretentious designer notebook trend and are just now over it?

    1 point
    • Andreas Ubbe Dall, over 1 year ago

      I mean regardless of whether or not people are over "the pretentious designer notebook trend", this doesn't really qualify as designer news which is what I think people are salty about.

      3 points
    • Denis RojcykDenis Rojcyk, over 1 year ago

      I agree with Andreas. The release of an overpriced, limited paper notebook with an atom symbol on it isn't exactly newsworthy. Especially when it happens every other day.

      1 point
  • Jim SilvermanJim Silverman, over 1 year ago

    "There are six perforated pages at the end of every book"

    so wait, how many pages are there total?

    0 points