Followup on Giant Sketchbook and Tiny Notebook

For those who were wondering about the very large and very small notebooks featured recently in readers’ collections, here you go!

The humongous sketchbook is available at Amazon here: Sketches in the Making Giant Hardcover Sketch Book
and was previously available at Blick  with the image and description below (the dust jacket is removable, with a plain black cover underneath):

Sketches in the Making Sketches in the MakingThis is a coffee table book with a big difference! It’s not just a collection of drawings and illustrations, at least not to start with. Instead, this giant, hardbound blank book invites you and your friends to create the keepsake of a lifetime. Leave it on your coffee table and watch as the blank pages slowly fill up with artwork created by you, your family, and friends. This conversation piece is bound to become an historical record of good times shared with those you know and care about. It’s also a great gift idea! The book weighs an amazing 8 lbs (3.6 kg) and contains 348 sheets of blank, 75 lb (110 gsm), acid-free white paper. The book jacket is printed to give the appearance of a genuine coffee table book. Hardcover. 348 sheets. 10¾” × 12½” (27 cm × 32 cm) .

As for the teeny weeny notebook, it’s made by PSN, a Dutch company.


I’ll be reviewing some of their notebooks here soon. Unfortunately, they do not sell direct to consumers, but you can check out the list of retailers on their website, most of which seem to be in various European countries or former Dutch colonies such as Aruba. Now that’s a notebook field trip I’d like to take!

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5 Responses to “Followup on Giant Sketchbook and Tiny Notebook”

  1. I’ve been looking for the website of that PSN company! I’ve used their sketchbooks (from their Flash line:!1035!!!4505!GB ) as journals, and was wondering what other products they have.

    Those sketchbooks are really nice, btw. Sturdy cover, thick grainy paper (150 grams), opens flat, bright colours, and a pretty sturdy moleskine-type pocket in the back. Not necessarily great for journalling, but very nice sketchbooks.

  2. Thanks for this info, one of my co-workers is from Riga and her family still lives there. Might be a good time to ask when she’s planning a visit, and oh, by the way…. 🙂

  3. thanks so much for the info! 😀

  4. I was interested in this coffee-table sketchbook, and tried to explore further using your links – but neither of them work! Can you point us in the right direction??

    Many thanks.

  5. Here’s an updated link to the big sketchbook:
    Sketches in the Making Giant Hardcover Sketch Book

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