This recycled decomposition notebook is a twist on the classic composition book used by school children in American elementary schools.
All Decomposition notebooks are made from completely recycled materials. The paper is 100% recycled, and the ink is soy derived. The covers are 100% post consumer waste and the energy used in production is bio-gas.
This new variation of notebooks from Decomposition are wire bound for even easier note taking! All 80 sheets are micro-perforated for easier and neat page removal. The front inside cover has some helpful information, a spot for a name/subject/reward, and also some environmentally friendly information.
Decomposition books are designed in Brooklyn, NY, by Michael Roger, Inc. Since 1949, Michael Roger has been a family business based in Brooklyn, New York. Founded by the great-grandfather of the current owner, they've been making trend-setting, unique lines of journals, notebooks, and sketchbooks for over half a century. Michael Roger strives to be eco-friendly, making many of their products with recycled, repurposed, and sustainable materials.
- Not for lovers of fountain pens Review by Racinethe
Aesthetically pleasing to the eye and a comfortable size - not too big, not too small, just right. However, the quality of the paper is not conducive to a smooth writing experience if one favours fountain pens. In fact, even the humble roller ball pen will bleed ink. The only writing instrument suited to such paper is pencil - I suspect a Palomino Blackwing would do the job rather nicely. Alternatively, match it with a humble Staedtler Stick ballpoint pen and you would have a match made in heaven. It is a functional product, albeit overpriced for the quality. However, for the fountain pen lovers among us stick to Rhodia, Clairefontaine or those delightful little Moleskine notebooks which are a favourite of mine.
(Posted on 24/05/2017)