Shipwreck Pocket Notebook (Grey)
Shipwreck Pocket Notebook (Grey)
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Shipwreck Pocket Notebook (Grey)

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Tom Pigeon
Normaler Preis
£3.00
Sonderpreis
£3.00
Normaler Preis
£5.00
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Einzelpreis
pro 
inkl. MwSt. zzgl. Versandkosten

Welcome to The Pocketbook Project. Tom Pigeon created a collectable series of affordable but high quality, British-made, notebooks with a new limited edition issued every 3 months throughout 2016 and 2017, taking inspiration from their prints.


Their first edition of books is inspired by their Shipwreck print collection and uses brass foil across different coloured covers.


Tom Pigeon worked with some of Britain's finest printers and manufacturers to bring you The Pocketbook Project.


Your limited edition notebook will be packaged in a protective cellophane sleeve.


Grey - This B7 pocketbook is brass foiled on 350gsm Fenner Flora Betulla and contains 48 blank pages of natural white recycled paper. Saddle stitched for strength and ease of use. Limited edition of 750. 


Apricot - This B7 pocketbook is brass foiled on 240gsm Arjowiggins Pop Set Apricot and contains 48 blank pages of natural white recycled paper. Saddle stitched for strength and ease of use. Limited edition of 750. 


  • 88 x 125mm
  • 
48 plain inner pages
  • 
90gsm natural white, archival quality
  • 
100% recycled, FSC certified paper
  • 
Foiled front and back
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Made in the UK


Tom Pigeon is the pen name of designer Kirsty Thomas. The Tom Pigeon studio was founded in 2014 and now works with galleries and design stores around the world. They have collaborated with clients including The Barbican, Tate Modern, The Design Museum, V&A, Team GB and Made as well as creating the Tom Pigeon collection, which include prints, homewares, jewellery, sculpture, paintings and stationery.


When not working Kirsty can generally be found growing vegetables, searching flea markets for mid-century furniture, or taking long walks on the beach.