For those of you who crave color and design, take a look at Robert le héros Lined Notebooks from Quo Vadis. Bold graphics and a cool retro vibe merge with premium Clairefontaine paper for a unique writing experience. Cover designs are available in three trendy colors including light blue, chocolate brown and white with mod printed florals. Silver metallic ink adds pop to the graphics on the brown and white journal and has a 1970’s flair.
The small Robert le héros journal measures approximately 4″ x 6″ and is slightly larger than the standard pocket notebook. The larger size has more lines and more room for writing than the smaller sized notebook and will still fit into the back pocket of my jeans. The pages are filled with 28 gray lines that have a narrow 5 mm line spacing that is well suited for those of you with small writing or for using an extra fine fountain pen nib. The lines extend to the edge of the page, without left or right margins, and there is small amount of space on the top and bottom.
Each notebook has 96 sheets/192 pages of 64g, extra white, smooth Clairefontaine paper. It feels slightly thinner than the paper in the pocket Moleskine, but is smoother and much whiter. Like all Clairefontaine paper, it is acid-free and pH neutral. The paper is *PEFC certified and is made from sustainable forests.
The notebook has all of the features you would expect from a quality journal and more. You’ll find an expandable pocket, elastic strap and a ribbon bookmark and it will open flat for comfortable writing. The bold design on the semi-hard cover is a standout when compared to solid colored notebooks and is the perfect compliment to the lovely paper inside.
- Bold, trendy graphics in 3 different color palettes
- Satin finish paper for maximum smoothness in writing
- Measures approximately 4″ x 6″
- Semi-hard cover
- 96 sheets, 192 pages of white, 64g, pH neutral acid-free paper
- Ribbon bookmark
- Opens flat
- PEFC certified
- Elastic Closure
Robert le héros is a Parisian graphic design agency specializing in color and fabric design. Their collections are instantly recognizable by their colors, original graphics and poetic expression. They initiated “le graphisme vegetal.”
*PEFC certified papers are made from bio-diverse forests that are renewable and nurture the original flora and fauna while guaranteeing the rights of indigenous people.