Snap Pad A6 Faded Black
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This Postalco Snap Pad A6 Faded Black is now available at Misc-store. The A6 Snap Pad as a small everyday carry notepad, and doubles perfectly...
This Postalco Snap Pad A6 Faded Black is now available at Misc-store. The A6 Snap Pad as a small everyday carry notepad, and doubles perfectly to collect and store postcards. Initially, Snap Pads were designed to re-use misprints in the office.
The entire cover is wrapped in one piece of fabric and then lined with paper for durability.
Postalco made these Snap Pads to make an easy do-it-yourself recycling notepad of all misprints. In an era where loose papers are floating around more than ever, this is a product that helps our world getting greener just a bit at a time. Ofcourse, the free nature of the Snap Pad also enables you to create the notebook with papers you need: grid paper, pre-designed, coloured, you name it.
Postalco's Snap Pad is made of a cardboard cover is wrapped with two colors of Pressed Cotton Fabric for durability. With use the colors of the cover with lighten and the weave of the fabric will become more apparent. The Brass buttons on the front are embossed with Postalco's signature carrier pigeon logo.
What is a Postalco Snap Pad?
It is a refillable notebook. Use it with the pre-made Postalco sets, or, as we like it: re-use old misprints from your office. The unique Snap Pad binding allows you to add any sheets, creating a customizable notebook. Individual calendar sheets can be spaced between as many note-taking sheets as needed. Old months can be removed and filed separately to lighten your bag.
How to use it:
Postalco: "Make holes in the top edge of the papers with a standard 2-hole puncher and snap them into the Snap Pad. The cover folds to the front to protect the papers and there is nog bulky hardware so it is easy to carry around. For the A6, just cut the A4 papers in half, and then in half again, punch holes and snap them in!" The Snap Pads holds about 100 sheets. Paper is not included in this listing; you can use the instruction sheet as your first page. Just turn in around.
Postalco also made this nice Snap Paper for A6. Also available in A4 and A5 size.
Measures 11,5 x 17,5 cm
Features pressed cotton wrapped cardboard cover
Fits A6 size paper, or cut an A4 sheet in half, and in half again
Use the standard size hole punch
Made to re-use your misprints
Made in Japan
Misc-store Amsterdam & Postalco Snap Pad
From the first time Postalco introduces the Snap Pad, we at Misc-store were sold. The design and use of material, and the idea behind it: to re-use misprints was a hit. The first Snap Pads that were sold in our store in Amsterdam, made us realize that it was not only to re-use misprints, but also to create your own refillable notebook with loose paper sheets. A designer could not find a notebook with blank, grid, and transparant paper he needed for a specific assignment, so he created one with the Snap Pad.
Since we have stocked a great range of Snap Pads, in different sizes and different materials, pressed cotton and pressboard.
You detect something of a quest for perfection in Postalco’s work. A sliver of imagination that sticks itself into something not quite good enough and prises it open, revealing new territories within.
Postalco’s very first project began in just such an inquisitive way. Bag designer Mike Abelson found the bag of his partner, graphic designer Yuri Abelson, stuffed with awkwardly bent papers from her work. He set about making a better carry case for her papers, which resulted in the Postalco legal envelope. Soon enough, they packed their bags and swapped New York for Tokyo, in order to be closer to the artisans responsible for crafting their distinctive products.
Postalco products are often materially dependant, reflecting a precise history of the leather, brass, cotton and fabric with which they were made. We were drawn to these objects from the moment we saw them. From the moment we began stocking Postalco in 2010, we found the Ableson’s work special – touching in is desire for longevity and engaging in its aesthetic sensibility.
We’re a proud stockist of Postalco, and Misc Store has been carrying them since we first opened in Amsterdam. If you’re in the Netherlands, come and visit Misc Store to get a feel for these supremely tactile objects.
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