The NotebookAlice Pattullo
'The Notebook' from Design for Today and illustrated by Alice Pattullo.
Measures 10cm x 15.5cm
Over 200 blank pages of uncoated Munken 200gsm paper.
A pocket notebook inspired by a 1930s catalogue for The Little Gallery, this is a notebook to draw and scribble on.
The Notebook, illustrated by Alice Pattullo, features a die-cut cover, and is inspired by a 1930s advertising card for the Little Gallery. It was originally commissioned for The Two Temple Place exhibition of textiles. Only 1000 copies have been published and this won’t be reprinted!
The notebook is pocket-sized, measuring 110 x 155mm, and the inside blank pages are quality 120gsm Munken Paper. It’s a nice pocket or bag size, so you really can take it everywhere.
Alice Pattullo is an illustrator and printmaker based in London. She graduated in 2010 with a First Class Honours in Illustration from Brighton University. Alice works predominantly in screen print producing limited edition prints. Research is at the heart of her practice and her work is often inspired by British folk tradition and superstition, 1930s American musicals and celebrity culture to name a few! She is inspired by mid-century design and strives to create a nostalgic aesthetic in her own work through colour choices and composition.