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Beautiful notebooks celebrating the astonishing butterfly
From Princeton Architectural Press come these unique notebooks with their eclectic paper layouts inspired by vintage laboratory notebooks. This journal is all about the butterfly and is filled with beautiful illustrations. There are infographics on the life cycle of the butterfly (some can last up to 9 months!), how to observe butterflies and a scale illustration of the world's largest and smallest of these amazing and briefly-living creations. There are colour plates featuring various families of butterfly and a section at the back for recording observations.
- 160 pages of paper with 8 different rulings
- 16 illustrations including colour plates and infographics
- Observations section
- Amber colour fabric cover
- Size: 180mm x 232mm x 15mm - a little bigger than A5
What we like about this product:
- Unique and beautiful
- Makes an unusual and thoughtful gift
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- Product Questions
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Good morning - is the paper in the Observers Notebooks (and in the Butterflies Edition specifically) fountain pen friendly, so that you can write with a fountain pen without feathering or bleedthrough? Thank you, Ben
Bureau replies... I would say it is not bad. Trying just now with black ink and a generous medium nib it is reasonably sharp and not much show through to the other side. Better than Leuchtturm, not as good as Clairefontaine, but pretty decent.