Papier Touché by Tipozero

letterpress printing in the heart of Brussels

 
 
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The Workshop

Papier Touché is the stationery brand of Tipozero, a Brussels based letterpress workshop.

Tipozero carefully selects their designs and materials to meet with their high quality standards.  Paper goods are produced on a small scale by hand, making their products truly unique.

When visiting their workshop we were in heaven: stacks of beautiful paper, wooden and lead letters, vintage letter boxes, the small of ink & paper and great typography everywhere! 

When owner of the workshop, Peter, showed us their Papier Touché collection, we were very impressed by the craftmanship and original design. 

And so we are proud to present the entire collection of Papier Touché, a series of leather notebook covers and notebooks. 


Leather Covers

To protect your notebooks, Papier Touché designed a leather cover, made by a local leather workshop in Brussels. Covers are made from first quality leather, sourced from Bretagne and Poitou-Charentes in France, and then vegetable tanned in West Flanders.

The leather sleeves have four rounded slits to keep your notebooks in place with the elastic bands. Covers come in two colours — cognac or coffee — and a paper wallet to hold loose papers and tickets.

 

Each cover can hold up to four notebooks: up to you which ones you need!

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Notebooks

Papier Touché made several series of notebooks, in sets of two or three. There are notebooks to sketch, draw, brush & write and some limited edition series.

In the Sketch, Draw & Brush series, each notebook has a different paper weight and thickness, adjusted to its function. No stitching or binding here: notebooks are held together with elastic bands. The rounded corners are designed to protect the notebooks from damaging by the elastic bands.   

At the moment there are two limited edition series: the Sun & Moon series and the Etoiles series.  These delicate sets make perfect gifts and come in sets of two notebooks. 

 
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