Some of our loveliest relationships are with our notebooks – those trusty places to scribble big ideas, little reminders and anything that inspires you throughout the day.
The graph paper could be used for design projects, mapping for board/video/roleplay games, designing floorplans, tiling or yard landscaping, playing pen and pencil games, planning embroidery, cross stitch or knitting. Some occupational therapists use squared paper for writing practice. Artists may use grids to copy pictures. Programmers, engineers and scientists may prefer graph paper for notes that involve formulas.
For the covers of this edition we use chromolithographic patterns from 'La Plante et ses Applications Ornementales' (1896) by Maurice Pillard Verneuil (1869–1942), French artist and decorator. Verneuil studied and developed his style from Eugène Grasset, a Franco-Swiss pioneer of Art Nouveau design. Inspired by Japanese art, nature and particularly the sea, he is known for his contributions to the Art Deco movement through the use of bold floral designs on ceramic tiles, wallpapers, textiles, and posters.
Why you will love this book:
Stunning Book Cover
100 Pages Graph Paper 4x4 (also known as Quadrille Paper, Coordinate paper, grid paper, squared paper or math paper)
Makes a great blank book for aspiring writers and creatives
Square size: 8.5" x 8.5" (21.59 x 21.59 cm)
Full Cream paper (partially recycled and slightly thicker than white paper)
Premium Matt Cover
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