IDEA Sketchbook set

Price:
USD $37.00 postpaid (international SAL shipping included)
Designers:
Seibundo Shinkosha
Publisher:
Seibundo Shinkosha
Categories:
Idea + Publications

Out now: the IDEA sketchbook set!

The set is comprised of two softcover sketchbooks designed using both IDEA’s classic format and logo used from the 1950s until the 1980s (21cm/8.25in x 29.5cm/11.75in) and IDEA’s contemporary logo and format (22.5cm/8.8in x 29.5cm/11.75in). The classic version features 50 pages of pure white award-winning Takeo paper while the contemporary version features 100 pages of the same beautiful paper.

Each version comes wrapped in a matte coated cardstock cover—just like IDEA.

This is a very limited edition product.

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