Postalco Weekly Calender 2017

€19,00 Incl. tax
The Cho Seiri weekly calendar is made for the Postalco Folio Calendar Cover. The Cho Seiri calendar was invented in the 1990's out of personal necessity by Professor Yukio Noguchi. It is an accordion-folded calendar that allows long periods of time to be viewed at once. This might truly be the best way to keep track of events unfolding in time. The calendar consists of four seperate quarterly inlays. You can insert one quarter at a time or more. Whatever works best for you. Lines and numbers are navy ink on light blue paper which are easy on the eyes. The paper is slightly rough making it ideal for pencil, ballpoint pen, or fountain pen. 

Ecologically made, this paper is chlorine free. 

In 2000 Mike Abelson, who was a designer of bags in New York, noticed that his wife Yuri, a graphic designer, was having difficulty carting around A4 size papers. He created an envelope-shaped case for her, with a button closure, and cloth and leather he happened to have on hand. That modest beginning led to the founding of Postalco. Now Postalco is based in Tokyo for over a decade, working with traditional Japanese skills and methods to produce the finest stationary, bags and rainwear. What sets Postalco’s designs apart are their supreme utility and ineffable warmth blended with the beauty of understatement.

When wet, softly pat dry with a soft cloth.
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