STALOGY 365 Day Editor’s Notebook Original Grid
STALOGY 365 Day Editor’s Notebook Original Grid
STALOGY 365 Day Editor’s Notebook Original Grid
STALOGY 365 Day Editor’s Notebook Original Grid
STALOGY 365 Day Editor’s Notebook Original Grid
STALOGY 365 Day Editor’s Notebook Original Grid
STALOGY 365 Day Editor’s Notebook Original Grid
STALOGY 365 Day Editor’s Notebook Original Grid
STALOGY 365 Day Editor’s Notebook Original Grid
STALOGY 365 Day Editor’s Notebook Original Grid
STALOGY 365 Day Editor’s Notebook Original Grid
STALOGY 365 Day Editor’s Notebook Original Grid
STALOGY 365 Day Editor’s Notebook Original Grid
STALOGY 365 Day Editor’s Notebook Original Grid
STALOGY 365 Day Editor’s Notebook Original Grid
STALOGY 365 Day Editor’s Notebook Original Grid
STALOGY 365 Day Editor’s Notebook Original Grid
STALOGY 365 Day Editor’s Notebook Original Grid
STALOGY 365 Day Editor’s Notebook Original Grid

STALOGY 365 Day Editor’s Notebook Original Grid

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The Editor's Notebook by STÁLOGY is a handsome, unassuming notebook-planner that can stand up to rigorous use. With an unobtrusive 5mm grid format, plus notation for marking date and time, use this notebook to record notes, jot down ideas, sketch layouts, plan schedules, keep a daily log, and more.

The 365 Day Editor's Notebook measures only half an inch thick but provides 368 pages of exquisitely thin paper (think bible or phonebook) that can withstand heavily pigmented inks and a variety of writing instruments. Its superb binding means you can fold the volume in half and write holding it one-handed—no pages will fall out.

We love the considerate details of this stationery award-winning notebook. It looks better with use and age, and quickly becomes a reliable volume you can depend on for your writing and creative needs.

Available in four sizes:

  • B5 most spacious - 7.1" x 10.1" (182 x 257mm)
  • A5 most popular - 5.83" x 8.27" (148 x 210mm)
  • B6 well balanced - 5.06" x 7.16" (128 x 182mm)
  • A6 most portable - 4.13" x 5.8" (105 mm × 148 mm)

Download useful planner format underlay sheets 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—a stationery design collaboration between Nitto Group and Manabu Mizuno, a leading creative director in Japan—endeavoring to create stationery with good design and function at a reasonable price, improving the "standard" level of stationery. 

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.

STÁLOGY 
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