anchordivision:

Based in Nantes, Loire-Atlantique, CALEPINO decided to support the local expertise, to plan their approach on an impartial human scale, and to reduce all transport related to the manufacturing of the product. Thus, all of their note-books are printed and made in a local and reputable family business in the region of Nantes called Imprim’Vert. The cardboard is made in a French cardboard factory created in 1927. Each book is individually controlled, and each case is folded and composed by hand. As for the pens and pencils, they are produced near Paris and Lay

I got a box of these when I was in Paris. They’re virtually identical to Field Notes in construction. But they’re French, so they’re that much cooler.

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