Foiled Again | Field Notes Memo Books in Matching Tucked Box
Field Notes’ 59th Quarterly Edition, “Foiled Again,” revisits a favorite printing processes, hot-foil stamping, in which metallic or pigmented foils are applied to paper with heat and pressure.
What sets “Foiled Again” apart from earlier Field Notes is the foil-stamping partner: Studio on Fire of St. Paul, Minn. They’re famous for foil-stamping and die-cutting with a level of detail and accuracy that other printers consider impossible. They’ve won numerous awards for packaging featuring multiple foils, inks, embossing, and diecuts all in perfect alignment.
These books feature intricate artwork by Field Notes own Aaron Draplin, illustrating the manufacturing process. Studio on Fire hot-stamped the illustration with silver foil on shimmering Neenah Peral "Indigo" 110# cover stock, a paper that's just become available on the market. Inside you'll find 48 pages of 60# Finch Opaque text stock, ruled with silver ink, bound with three silver staples.
Also new to this edition is a matching tuck box, featuring the cover art in reversed colors: blue foil on Neenah Pearl “Sterling” stock. The box contains and protects three Field Notes until you’re ready to use ’em, and provides a safe home for completed books. Not to mention it is absolutely gorgeous.
Each pack includes:
- Three memo books in each pack
- Each one is 3-1/2" X 5-1/2"
- 48 pages
- Ruled Lined Paper
- 100% manufactured in the USA
"I'm not writing it down to remember it later, I'm writing it down to remember it now."
Meet the Makers
Since 2007 Field Notes Brand notebooks have been working hard to revive the great tradition of carrying a small book in your pocket to take notes. Whether it's in the field, at home keeping track of your thoughts and inspirations or making a grocery list these skillfully created books are the perfect size for your pocket.