The notebook for the designer, for the journalist, for the researcher or just anyone who appreciates plain and clever. The designer Nendo explains:
”The L-shaped perforations along the sides of the pages can be folded out to create customised indexes. Up to five different indexes can be formed on each page, making it easy to organise and keep track of the notebook’s contents, just by simple letter or colour demarcations.
Let’s say you’re a foodie and collect recipes. The first tab is for starters, second for vegetable mains, third seafood, forth meats and fifth for desserts.
As the book itself has been crafted in the style of traditional Japanese bookbinding with matte-finish thread, the pages can be neatly torn away from the perforations along the seams, allowing you to give away or file each page individually. Also, the pages are free of any lines or margins, and the covers are all plain-coloured, designed to be as unobtrusive and aesthetically pleasing as possible when stacked together.”
Made in Japan.