An original and dramatic new take on the humble notepad, these Armed Notepads feature a stylish 3-D mould of a weapon on the cover. The design concept behind these sleek books is to take symbols of violence and convert them into tools for peace.
L-R: Knife book (Lined paper), Grenade book (Grid paper) and Revolver book (Plain paper)
Each respective notebook is a different size, features a different weapon (Revolver, Knife and Grenade) and contains either lined, unlined or grid paper.
According to the designer himself, expressing our creativity and knowledge through words and artwork is the way forward, not force or violence. Strong words, and some very strong notebooks.
Plain, lined and grid
Grenade book features grid paper
Knife book features lined paper
Revolver book features plain paper
All pads feature a stylised, moulded plastic weapon on the cover
Hard-wearing cardboard covers on front and rear
Grenade pad measures approximately 13cm(W) x 1.5cm(D) x 18cm(H)
Knife pad measures approximately 13cm(W) x 1.5cm(D) x 24.5cm(H)
Revolver pad measures approximately 16.5cm(W) x 1.5cm(D) x 23cm(H)
How many pages are there because I need to know if it's worth buying? Christian Gill - 28th April 2013
Firebox says: Hey Christian, there are around 60 pages in this book.
I don't have any of these, this is just in reply to the Facebook comments because I don't have Facebook lol.
Aviation and maritime security act 1990 prohibits any items that are or LOOK LIKE dangerous weapons. Thus you cannot take these in your hand luggage when going on a plane. Craig - 27th September 2012