STÁLOGY 018 Editor’s Edition 365Days Notebook A5
STÁLOGY Editor’s Notebook can be folded and held one-handed without worry
STÁLOGY 018 Editor’s Edition 365Days Notebook A5
STÁLOGY Editor’s Notebook unobtrusive dating area
STÁLOGY Editor’s Notebook in use
STÁLOGY Editor’s Notebook is numbered so you can use it as an appointment planner
STÁLOGY Editor’s Notebook has no bleed through with ballpoint and fountain pen
STÁLOGY Editor’s Notebook neat!
STÁLOGY Editor’s Notebook can be used as a daily record of events
STÁLOGY Editor’s Notebook lays flat
STÁLOGY Editor’s Notebook is beautifully bound
STÁLOGY 018 Editor’s Edition 365Days Notebook A5 imprint
STALOGY 365 Day Editor’s Notebook A5

STALOGY 365 Day Editor’s Notebook A5

$ 26.00
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Winner of the 2014 ISOT Japanese Stationery Award for Good Design!

With minimal details, this simple-styled notebook is suitable for the unique daily needs of all kinds of users. 

Each page features unobtrusive planning details (dates, days of the week, grids and numbers indicating times) making it possible to use as a journal, day planner, or sketchbook. Using one page for every day, it's possible to use as a yearly planner.

With superb binding, this notebook can be folded back on itself for one-handed use without worrying about pages falling out. With a total of 368 pages, it is sleek and easy to carry because of its thin paper. Its 4mm soft grey grid provides structure without distraction and is fountain pen friendly to boot.

This notebook is designed especially for editors who use notebooks for various purposes, such as jotting down ideas, recording notes while covering stories, and organizing or laying out ongoing schedules. 

Dimensions: 5.83" x 8.27" x 0.5" (148 x 210 x 14mm), Japanese A5 size.

Check out the other sizes here.

What should have been, is. 

The link between stationery and people began when people first used a stick to draw on the ground. The link, time and again, has continued to evolve along with the evolution of people. However, its intended purpose has never changed, and continues to exist today.

STÁLOGY is now rethinking this evolution.

Eliminating unnecessary ornamentation and fuction, they are taking a new look at what's really necessary, rediscovering essential elements and aiming to finally arrive at what should have existed all along.

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