Buy Back Value: £8.00
Made in the UK
End of Life
This product is part of The Reinvention Program. That means you can send it back to us if you don’t want it anymore. Please go to your order history and submit a request. We will arrange a return for your product so it can have a second life, and you will be rewarded with a refund that you can redeem on your future orders.
Condition Buyback Value
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Mark+Fold is a London-based stationery studio creating understated, modern stationery with an unwavering commitment to quality and provenance. Founder and designer Amy Cooper-Wright had grown frustrated with the declining quality of notebooks on offer and a tendency towards ornate, feminine designs. She also wanted to know where and how notebooks were made, the materials used, and whether they were sustainably sourced. In 2015, she set out to create something better: not just a better quality product but a more considered and ethical approach to the making process.
The notebooks and diaries all open flat to 180 degrees; pages are made of a perfect paper up to 30% thicker than other notebooks; stationery is expertly made in small, numbered batches. The making process is transparent, local and sustainable.
Mark + Fold make a range of notebooks and diaries that are modern, understated and exceptionally good quality. Focusing on classic, timeless designs, they like to keep things simple and let the beautiful materials speak for themselves. They design them in conversation with customers and make them in small batches in the UK and Northern Europe. In response to the anonymity of mass production, they wanted to bring things back to a more human scale and make them in small batches, sharing every last detail about the materials and making processes. They are proud of the transparent process and hope to encourage other brands to share more details about how and where their products are made.