Work Hard Anywhere Pocket Notebooks

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

The notebook is a part of every creative’s arsenal, providing a place to capture all of those great light bulb moments and ideas that come to mind throughout the day. And while the EDC notebook segment is growing, Work Hard Anywhere does a good job standing at from the crowd.

No detail was too small for the designers, who outfitted each notebook with matte black staple binding, 32 pages of versatile dot grid interior printed on 100% recycled paper, and a raised vinyl decal cover design. Each notebook was designed here in California, and then handmade by our neighbors to the north in Portland, Oregon. The pocketable notebook measures 3.5 inches by 5 inches in size, and was printed, bound and even packed on equipment powered entirely by renewable energy. [Purchase]

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