A Snap Pad holds about 100 sheets. For using your own choice of paper or scrap paper, simply punch two holes in the top edge and snap into the Snap Pad, refill as needed.
To help us balance digital with paper to make each day more meaningful, other accessories are available to create your own Snap Pad.
About Pressed Cotton Fabric
This fabric is made with the same machines that were used to make tent fabric. The base color of the white threads will become more apparent and it will soften with use.
To keep the natural feeling of the material, the surface is not waterproof coated. Instead, there is a light water resistant treatment. Cotton is a natural material so slubs and irregularity in the fibers are part of its character. It is possible for wrinkles to appear as well.
If your item gets wet, pat dry with a soft cloth to absorb any liquid. With strong rubbing the color may come off leaving light spots. Please shade dry in a well ventilated area. If placed near air conditioners or heaters the item may warp.
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Born out of a passion for the beauty of everyday objects, Postalco found its start in Brooklyn, New York, making notebooks and document holders. Since moving their base of operations to Tokyo 20 years ago, the line has expanded to include wallets, pens, bags and other items. Combining utility and functionality with understated beauty, Postalco effectively improves our relationships with these objects by inviting us to see them as “collaborators” in our lives instead of as throwaway items.
With a solid dedication to finding new ways to apply Japanese craft to daily life, Postalco creates items that are meant to be used by all walks of life – young and old, male or female – a practice that results in building more meaningful interactions with others and with our surroundings.
279 East 6th Ave
Vancouver, BC V5T 1J7
Phone: 604 423 3679
Monday & Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday ~ Saturday: 12:00 ~ 18:00
Sunday: 12:00 ~ 17:00