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Quill Recycled Paper Mini Notebook An A6 mini notebook designed by YAY.

40 plain pages
Size: A6 (105 x 148 mm)

100% Recycled
FSC approved papers

Made and designed in the UK

Please note colours may vary slightly due to different screen

Lydia Meiying is one half of design duo Y A Y.

Manchester based design duo YAY Studios create bright eclectic contemporary designs inspired by, naive illustration, contemporary painting, experimental collage and the eccentric styling’s of postmodernism.

YAY Studios champion the hands on approach to design, and create a large number of their works by experimenting with photography, drawing, outmoded technologies, and traditional printing/painting techniques in order to find new and exciting compositions, imagery, colour and form.

“We don’t want to rely purely on software and digital technology to create our designs; we want to see our hands at work and the mistakes they make”
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Quill Recycled Paper Mini Notebook

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An A6 mini notebook, designed and made in the UK.

An A6 mini notebook designed by YAY.

40 plain pages
Size: A6 (105 x 148 mm)

100% Recycled
FSC approved papers

Made and designed in the UK

Please note colours may vary slightly due to different screen

Lydia Meiying is one half of design duo Y A Y.

Manchester based design duo YAY Studios create bright eclectic contemporary designs inspired by, naive illustration, contemporary painting, experimental collage and the eccentric styling’s of postmodernism.

YAY Studios champion the hands on approach to design, and create a large number of their works by experimenting with photography, drawing, outmoded technologies, and traditional printing/painting techniques in order to find new and exciting compositions, imagery, colour and form.

“We don’t want to rely purely on software and digital technology to create our designs; we want to see our hands at work and the mistakes they make”
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