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If you are in the Chester NJ area (Morris County), meet some fellow pen enthusiasts Thursday afternoon 11/30/17. SIgn up at : https://www.smore.com/t7a91 Enjoy the opportunity to meet Andi from Baron Fig and see their full line of outstanding stationery products designed in New York City! This is a chance to see first hand their line of paper, pens and accessories and take advantage of special in-store promotions that evening! Also meet John from LAMY demonstrating the Aion- the latest addition to the LAMY line-up of fine writing instruments. So come in and enjoy this great pen meet-up
Let us start with a little bit of a look-see at this idea of a sketchbook/notebook 'Made for Creatives'. Baron Fig wants a book that isn't expensive like a Moleskine and has more useable space (don't you just hate losing the image where the page bends?), and just... is a book for ideas. So, there was a Kickstarter and their goal of $15K was met and exceeded and by the end of their fundraising, they had $168k+. That's a big deal. Anyway, as an incentive to donate more they had various goal levels and one level was to get a one (1) Baron Fig Confidant book in either: Blank (I have this)Dotted
Gloucesterman posted a topic in Paper & Pen Paraphernalia Reviews and ArticlesSaw a great article in the February 2016 issue of Inc. Magazine. It is about the "new" benefits of using paper rather than computers and digital devices. Although it doe not reference fountain pens at all it is a short and interesting piece. http://www.inc.com/magazine/201602/saki-knafo/the-benefits-of-pen-and-paper-vs-computers.html Check it out...
Just wanted to share an excellent customer-service experience I had with Baron Fig. I ordered a limited-edition journal and some pocket notebooks. Everything arrived quickly and well-packaged, but the journal had dot-grid paper rather than the blank paper I ordered. I sent an e-mail from the company's website about the issue, and they e-mailed back right away, apologizing, telling me to keep the wrong journal and saying they would send a replacement by priority mail. Two days later, a package arrived with the correct journal, some extra pocket notebooks and a handwritten note of apology. Mista