To fully round out our offerings for stationery lovers, we now have a good selection of paper. When we first started looking, we wanted to specialize in products that were high quality, had great design and were a little harder to find, but of course, we also wanted to carry the classics that we all keep coming back to. Now available are: Rhodia Paper Quo Vadis Habana Notebooks Leuchtturm1917 Notebooks and Palomino Blackwing Pencils Image Rhodia paper is the classic, smooth, great-quality paper for writing, doodling, note-taking, etc. We're starting out with the pads in orange and black and various sizes and rulings, and Web notebooks, in orange only - black has been backordered. A lot of our own ink and pen "testing"/doodling is on these pads. Notepads: 80gsm paper Webnotebooks: 90gsm paper   Image Quo Vadis Habana notebook paper is actually from the same company as Rhodia, which explains a lot of their own following. For work or journalling, with pencil or fountain pen, Habanas have super smooth paper in a classic black hard or soft cover. Notebooks: 85gsm paper.     Image Leuchtturm1917 is another great paper company. Their notebooks have a lot of unique features, such as their numbered pages and table of contents, as well as the standard inner pocket and elastic closure. We've got the black in hard and softcover, pocket and A5. As well, one of my personal favourites is their grey linen notebooks - a great texture. Notebooks: 80gsm paper.     Image We couldn't be more excited for our first pencil product to be the legendary Palomino Blackwings. We have the matte black Blackwing and the grey Blackwing 602. Their iconic design and ultra-smooth lead are truly an experience - "half the pressure, twice the speed." Available in 3-packs or 12-packs.     As always, please let us know if there are any specific products you're looking for, either from companies we're already stocking or companies you think we should stock. Looking ahead, we're hoping to get a few more product lines up over the next two weeks, including: Lamy, Field Notes, J. Herbin, G. Lalo.

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