Sketchnote Ideabook

Airship Notebooks

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Mike Rohde, author of two bestselling books on sketchnoting, found that none of the sketchbooks, notepads, or journals he'd used in his years of experience had all of the elements he wanted in one book.

So he teamed up with Airship Notebooks  they created the sketchbook of his dreams!

A5 sized with a soft-touch polymer-wrapped cover, it provides plenty of space to work while remaining ultra portable and durable.

The paper inside is a bright white ultra-heavy 160gsm, with slight 'tooth', designed to take pens and markers with water-based inks beautifully, with no bleed or show-through.

It features lay-flat stitched binding to give you full access to every last bit of each page - and it’s great for lefties too.

Inside the front and back covers are sketchnoting reference guides for those moments when you need inspiration, lettering tips or layout inspiration. The inside front cover also features sketchnoting reference guides and a place to make the book your own. 

In the back of every Sketchnote Ideabook are an additional eight perforated pages: 4 pages with large icon squares (6 icon squares per page/24 total); 2 pages with small icon squares (20 icon squares per page/40 total); and 2 blank pages (also handy as a barrier sheet for juicy alcohol markers).

128 pages, with two marker ribbons, a built-in expandable pocket, and an elastic closure strap; this really is the ideal sketchnoting book!

Features at a glance:

  • A5 Size (210mm x 148mm)
  • Cover: Ultra-smooth Polyurethane Leather
  • Paper: 128 Pages  ||  Brilliant White  ||  160gsm
  • Lay Flat Threaded Signature Binding
  • Dual Bookmarks + Elastic Closure Band
  • Sketchnote References & Icon Library Sheets

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  • 5

    Posted by Ewan Hall on 10th Oct 2022

    My favourite notebook for casual sketchnoting and developing ideas. The quality is excellent and the paper is thick with zero bleed (in normal use). You also get pointers from Mike Rohde to inspire you.