Dingbats’ newest range highlights fragile ecosystems from around the globe that are seriously threatened by human activity.
Each notebook has a hardcover bound with pearlescent PU leather, which its 100% vegan, with a debossing symbolic of the ecosystem. Printed on the endsheets of each notebook is an infographic spread for you to explore more about each ecosystem, its threats and how we can help save it.
The ecosystems featured are Australia’s Great Barrier Reef (Sky Blue), Africa’s Serengeti (Tangerine), Ecuador’s Yasuni National Park in the heart of the Amazon basin (Lime), the Arctic (Glycine) and their latest addition featuring Bolivia’s Eduardo Avaroa National Reserve (Emerald).
The Earth Collection has several bonus features: 2 bookmarks, 192 numbered pages, 16 of which are micro-perforated, 3 index pages, 2 key pages and a future log. Also present are the expandable pocket, elastic closure and pen holder, as per the Wildlife Collection.
Dingbats have introduced a new feature as well, page tabs. This a new concept Dingbats are introducing to the notebook market with a guide available inside the notebook to explain how to get the most out of it. Check out the pictures for more detail.
As for the paper? Well, Dingbats are the oldest established paper company in Lebanon and the region, and they know a thing or two about paper. Each page is 100gsm coated, cream, fountain pen-friendly, acid-free, FSC-certified paper.
And don’t forget, these notebooks open as flat as a pancake, so you can get full use of each page!
All in all we here at Stonecott Fine Writing Supplies think that Dingbats make some of the finest notebooks available on the market today, so much so that we use them ourselves!