Soumkine Zero-Waste notebooks look like they have no cover, but that's just a clever ruse. Each notebook starts with 64 pages of premium Italian paper and wraps them in a cover that matches the interior — exactly. That means 68 total pages for your ideas, memos, notes and sketches. Whether you want to maximize space or make a bold design statement, the Zero-Waste collection is here for you. Zero percent wasted space. One hundred percent genius.
Brown Sugar Color
Raw, crunchy and organic – that’s how we imagined it. With nice caramel tint. Reduces your calories intake by using brown sugar paper instead of sugary drinks.
A5 size. Timeless classics. The most popular size for those who love it simple. Great for note-taking, journaling and mind-mapping.
• Proudly printed on raw Italian paper (80 GSM)
• Ruled 9 mm grid
• 64 pages + 4 cover pages = 68 writeable pages in total
• Staple-bound for durability
• A5 size is 148 × 210 mm (5.8 × 8.2 inch)
• Excellent for Fountain pens
Cover type: Softcover
Page Numbering: No
Sheet Color: Brown Sugar
Size Depth: 4 mm
Weight: 80 g
Soumkine’s “My Weekly Atlas, Marine” is a winner. First, the tactile feel of the paper is great, it is not cheap and flimsy, so that more pages can be accommodated in a smaller space. Second, it works great for fountain pens. There is absolutely no bleed through so that important dates, times, etc., aren’t obscured. Third, the larger A4-like size allows enough space to write more than one appointment for a particular day and the month is laid out on one page and is undated so you can use this for any particular month/year. Although the other page has a large block of space where you can take notes, sketch, etc., isn’t as important to me—I would rather have lines to take notes, or the two pages could have been used to allow for a full 12-16 hour day with the time pre-printed—I can see the versatility for artists, designers, etc. Fourth, I absolutely loved the threaded pages (? Saddle-like stitch) between the pages. It gives it a small press, chapbook feel. The only criticism I have is that the Atlas only had about 2-3 months worth of design. Not sure if this is intentional to make it less bulky or if was a test design before going to larger production, but, personally, I would rather have a year’s worth of material, even if it comes at the expense of being thicker. Additionally, the marine graphic on the front cover is well-designed and not overdone. In conclusion, I can honestly say that for creatives who still use paper, Soumkine’s Weekly Atlas is a functional, well-designed calendar, appointment, reminder, to-do, brief note-sketch that deserves your attention.
I have several A6 covers, all enjoyable in different ways, but I am completely delighted with my new Soumkine Acrobat. It fits easily in my handbag and is a pleasure to touch, soft and smooth with just the right amount of structure. Using it elevates even the most everyday of notes or lists. A wonderful object that creates a wonderful experience!
A gem. Smooth, soft, warm - a sheer joy to touch and to watch. Pricey? Yes. For half that money you can easily get a cultish Traveller's cover - same function, and for sure an inspiration. But Traveller's is a Ford T: this one, a Bugatti.
The leather is gorgeous!
I am now proud to pull out my notebook and pen. The leather cover is beautiful, sumptuous and feels so high quality and durable. I absolutely love it. And the paper that came with it thank you!!