The Rhodia notepads' origins go back to 1934 when they were produced for the first time, by two brothers in Lyon in France. Ever since, the logo - the two spruce trees representing the founding brothers Verilhac - hasn't changed and neither has its design. These iconic notepads are used by architects, graphic designers, artists, students, or anyone who needs an everyday notepad with high quality paper. Its users are very attached to their notepads and as a result the notepads have a loyal following of users.
Why we like: the notepads might seem so simple that we can easily think they're just ordinary notepads. But the vellum paper is of such high quality, that once you start using them, you enjoy writing or drawing even more.
Our favourite product: as we have a soft spot for everything that reminds us of old offices, it would be the notepads with yellow paper and holes so we can take notes and later, put them in a binder.