Paperblanks Notebook Ultra Lined Amaranth
The ingenuity and grace of the ancient craft of lacquerware is celebrated on our journal cover portraying a masterful example of a 19th century Japanese lacquer box made during the Edo or the Meiji period. Selected from a private collection in Kyoto, this box is lacquered in the Maki-e tradition, in which sap from the lacquer tree is sprinkled with metallic powder, such as gold, silver or copper, to create luxurious designs.These fine lacquered surfaces are evidence of the uniquely human ability to create beauty from unlikely sources.
Whether recording your thoughts, desultory jottings, scattered ideas, (in)coherent memories, (un)spoken arguments, (un)fledged philosophies or the most well-wrought strategies, Paperblanks delivers. It boasts an incredibly rich assortment of writing ware that amalgamates art, imagination and function.
Paperblanks are celebrated for their grade A quality and unparalleled designs, veiled in mystery and glimmering touches. At the heart of everything they create is their steadfast belief that art matters and that the people who contribute to its creation should be lavishly appreciated for their work. At Paperblanks, they take painstaking care with every detail of the creative process, from the individual product components to the well-being of the craftspeople lace them together.The brand is furthermore committed to conscientious manufacturing practices in terms of environmental responsibility as well as social well-being. The resulting products are destined to be functional art objects we can all feel good about using, purchasing, giving and owning.
-Includes memento pouch in back cover, ribbon marker, clasp closure
-144 pages of lined paper
-Smyth sewn binding
-Acid-free, sustainable forest paper
-Measures18 x 23 cm