It might not look it, in bright and vibrant primary colors, but this beautiful new Babylon stationery range by Lexon is inspired by the striking forms found in rock strata.
If you're looking for a more virginal note-taking experience, Moleskine has just the thing: it's just launched a new line of all-white notebooks for you to scrawl in.
The holidays are upon us, so check out these adorable, geek-infused greeting cards. They may possibly be the best and bug-free way to tell your loved ones all your base are belong to them.
Australian indie singer-songwriter Hudson's new song uses some beautiful stop motion animation in the video. Made in collaboration with animator Dropbear, it shows that colored pencils can still be quite exciting.
The Washington Post has highlighted some of the pieces at a new exhibit in the CIA's headquarters in Langley, Virginia. The most striking one is this one: a letter written by Lieutenant Richard Helms on Hitler's stationery.
Anyone familiar with the minimalist Japanese store Muji (which has shops all around the world) will expect these three apps to be cleanly-designed and stylish. The Calendar app is my favorite, but Notebook is bound to be the digital Moleskine-equivalent.
I thought Google Map Buddy's ability to generate printable, hi-res versions of Google Maps was pretty neat but figured I'd never find a reason to use it. These Google Maps envelops, however, are definitely worth the ink and the effort.