Latest & Greatest #33: Nuuna Notebooks

Nubby Twiglet | Nuuna Notebooks

Who needs another notebook?

Not me.

Who wants another notebook?

Most definitely me.

Do you have a notebook addiction, too? As much as I try to stay away, another brand has just caught my eye and these are just too good not to share.

Nuuna is a German brand that’s on a mission to do away with boring notebooks. Their thought is that notebooks are meant to store our ideas and therefore, they should be creative and fun to write in.

I first spied the brand on my friend Sian’s Instagram and it was love at first sight. These aren’t just eye candy, though. The quality and attention to detail puts most brands to shame. With Swedish paper and silkscreened covers, these are pieces of art unto themselves.

Nubby Twiglet | Nuuna Notebooks

Nubby Twiglet | Nuuna Notebooks

Nubby Twiglet | Nuuna Notebooks

Nubby Twiglet | Nuuna Notebooks

Nubby Twiglet | Nuuna Notebooks

Nubby Twiglet | Nuuna Notebooks

P.S. I love it when brands share their behind-the-scenes process and the factory photos of these being produced are so cool.


Photos: Courtesy of Nuuna.

8 Responses to Latest & Greatest #33: Nuuna Notebooks

    • Shauna says:

      Ha! I LOVE German everything! I took 4 years of German in high school and basically wore lederhosen constantly as a child. My dad’s side of the family is mostly German….so yeah. Slightly obsessed!

      • Misaki Shimizu says:

        Hahaha that’s nice!XD
        I can test your German skills next DesignerVaca XD
        Which part of Germany does your father’s family come from?
        I come from Saxony (East), but moved to Munich after school and lived there the past 8 years.

        • Shauna says:

          I’m honestly not sure! All I know is that his mom’s side is mostly German and his dad’s side is Austrian. I want to go back so bad — would love to see the rest of Germany beyond the few days I spent in Berlin last year. You’re lucky to live there!

          • Misaki Shimizu says:

            Hahaha that might explain the Lederhosen, because that’s more typical for the South (Bavaria – close to Austria). Elsewhere I’ve never heard of them being worn XD
            Yes, please come back and explore more 😀
            Each city has it’s own character so even if you saw Berlin, you might be surprised by another one!

            I moved this March to Dublin, to spend a year abroad and improve my English skills. But I will be in Berlin for Christmas and New Year yay *–*

  1. Esther says:

    Oh my lord! I just recently bought one of these notebooks recently in Madrid and fell IN LOVE, I was actually searching for a moleskine to use as an art journal and then stumbled upon this beauty of a book. The quality is amazing and totally recommendable.

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