Octaevo Passport Philosophy Notes Box Set of 3
"There are thoughts that travel with us over time, ideas that speak to us through their symbols. From the minds and pens of clever philosophers and writers, gifted artists or artisans, striking Mediterranean wisdom remains enchanting today."
These passport-sized notebooks are the perfect inspiration for writing. Covered in textured linen and screen printed with a single thought by some of the greatest philosophers, you won't want to put them down.
Passport Philosophy Notes Nº 1 (Orange, plain pages)
'There was never a genius without a tincture of madness'
Aristotle, 384 - 322 BC
Passport Philosophy Notes Nº 2 (
Green, ruled/lined pages)
'What I like to drink most is wine that belongs to others'
Diogenes, 412 - 323 BC
Passport Philosophy Notes Nº 3 (Blue, dot grid pages)
'Skillful sailors gain their reputation from storm and tempests'
Epicurus, 341 - 270 BC
90 x 134 mm
|MATERIAL||SCREEN PRINTED LINEN|
|PROCESS||OCTAEVO CREST STAMPED IN GOLD|
|COLOUR||BLUE, GREEN, ORANGE|
|FEATURES||UNRULED, LINED, DOT GRID PAGES, RULER, ROUNDED EDGES|
|PAPER||MATT UNCOATED WHITE PAPER (90GSM)|
|BINDING||SADDLE STITCHED WITH BLUE STAPLES, LAYFLAT|
|PAGE COUNT||52 PAGES PER NOTEBOOK|
|ORIGIN||MADE IN BARCELONA|