While wrangling notebooks for the MY NOTEBOOKS PART 1 and PART 2, I came across some Japanese paper I bought in 1979, while living in Tokyo. I’ve had it all these years, and never done anything with it. I’m not entirely sure I want to do anything with it.
Yet it’s too beautiful to throw away. But this is what the internet is for, no? A bottomless depository for everything ever made, designed or thought of. So I decided to scan the paper and post the results here, on my blog – the one-stop shop for all things Billson-related, and even some things that aren’t really related to me at all. Enjoy.
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nice! i too shuffle attractive papers from here to there. i have a few handsome plastic bags too!