Our notebooks are designed and printed in Western Australia on premium Stephen™ Paper that’s FSC® Mix Certified. What does that mean? According to the Forest Stewardship Council’s website, products that bear this label are made using a mixture of materials from FSC-certified forests, recycled materials, and/or FSC controlled wood. While controlled wood is not from FSC certified forests, it mitigates the risk of the material originating from unacceptable sources.
Blackwing’s original 602 model pencils were produced in the 1930s by the Eberhard Faber Pencil Company. Over the years the pencil, with its semi-hexagonal shape and unique rectangular eraser, became synonymous with quality and used by many famous creatives including author John Steinbeck and animators Chuck Jones and Shamus Culhane. Blackwing pencils are made from genuine incense-cedar wood and premium Japanese graphite.
Of Note Designs is a creative studio in West Perth that creates brand solutions for businesses and organisations. Services include logo design, building brand guidelines, graphic design, website design, copywriting and photography. Driven by a desire to make an impact in the wider community, Of Note owner and director Kirsty Russell was inspired to extend Of Note’s offerings into products that everyone can enjoy — premium quality stationary that’s ethically sourced and designed with care.
We accept payments by Credit Card (Visa, Mastercard) and Google Pay.
We are currently taking Australia-wide orders. International orders will not be accepted.
Our stationery is designed and printed in Perth, Western Australia and we are supported by a group of amazing stockists who promote local artists and products. If you are a retailer interested in carrying our collection, please provide your contact details so that one of the Of Note team members knows where to drop off some samples.
We choose to use Best for Planet mailers because they are durable, waterproof and 100% compostable. Made from a blend of polylactic acid (corn starch) and polybutylene adipate terephthalate (a compostable polymer) these mailers break down in 6 months when composted properly and are certified by theAustralasian Bioplastics Association.