Perpetua recorder - magnetic notebook
The Perpetua recorder magnetic notebook combines patents and technologies made in Italy. One of a kind stationery in which the notebook cover magnetically attracts the Perpetua pencil. Graphic design by Marta Giardini.
Perpetua recorder is an integrated writing system. Simple and innovative, it was born in Italy from a symbiosis of two different technologies applied to materials from the circular economy - steel and graphite.
The cover of the notebook uses a thin strip of AISI 430 steel (60% from the recovery and recycling of scrap). Magnetic Perpetua and its notebook were made entirely of production residues, thus extending their "life" cycle and allowing them to exist in new combinations in order to reduce waste and promote a model of sustainable development.
The cover of the Perpetua recorder is made of Jacron, a cellulose fiber material used to replace leather in label production in the fashion industry. Washable, non-tearing and 100% recyclable.
The print was made using g-ink, the first and unique pigment made from recycled graphite dust, the same pigment used to create the Perpetua pencil.
To express the concept of attraction and freedom, Maria Giardini designed the Perpetua recorder graphic, drawing inspiration from Kubrick's famous masterpiece "2001: A Space Odyssey". Just as the film's protagonist moves inside the orbital stations in a state of weightlessness, Perpetua moves freely inside his Recorder notebook.
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|Body dimensions||Length 210 mm - Width 150 mm|
|Includes cards||128 sheets|
|Designed by||Maria Giardini|