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Spiral Ring Watercolor Sketchbook | 8.5 x 5"
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I tuck one of these handy little sketchbooks in my travel bag for quick paintings while on the go. The rings are attached to the notebook one by one by hand with great care in Japan. Write down your thoughts, draw pictures that come to mind or paste paper items that you have found when traveling.
The inner pages of the Watercolor Paper notebooks are made from highly water-resistant, vivid color-producing watercolor paper. The watercolor paper, used for painting backgrounds in anime, is recommended not only for water coloring but also for sketching with a pencil or a pen. It also works well for photo and ticket collages. The cover with a natural feeling that includes resin makes the paper strong and inscribed with the symbol of a swan, symbolizing the white paper. Carry it with you wherever you go and draw pictures of people you meet at a cafe or a landscape that you find while traveling.
Watercolor Paper, Blank, 20 sheets (40 pages) Handbound with Single Spiral Ring (Silver Color) H 8.5" x W 5.1" x D 0.70" MADE IN JAPAN
ABOUT TRAVELER'S COMPANY
It all started with the TRAVELER'S notebook - which has a mysterious power. "If you pick up this notebook and customize it in your own way, you will want to start something new or go on a journey to an unknown world to write something on it. As creators, we have spent our days feeling that mysterious power.
It brought about a big change in the way of work such as manufacturing and design. A single notebook may have a great impact on people's minds and lives. Knowing that, I was able to feel the infinite possibilities of our work. Also, the encounters with people who sympathized with this notebook have expanded the world further. I was stimulated by talking face to face, and I was able to receive a lot of wisdom and courage.
I would like to create a base to pursue the world of TRAVELER'S notebook more deeply, and create a place to meet many people. And by sharing real places, we want to create new communication and things. With such thoughts, "Traveler's Factory" was born. The building that will become the "Traveler's Factory" stands quietly in a back alley in Nakameguro. It is an old small building that was active as a paper processing factory when Japan was called the period of high economic growth. Although it is bluntly unadorned and rugged, it has a dignified and self-assertive appearance. The walls and floors, which have been used for many years, have changed in taste, and the materials have been exposed. The appearance of the building stimulated my creativity like a traveler's notebook and gave me a feeling of a new journey. When I encountered this building, the Traveler's Factory changed from a world of imagination to a form with a sense of reality."