Reverse graph paper notebook?
May 27, 2011 2:04 PM Subscribe
I am looking for a particular reverse graph paper notebook company I read about some time ago. The idea of the graph paper was that it was reversed out - that is, white gridlines and slightly darker blocks. The theory was it made photocopying or scanning your work easier.
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I think I saw it on an illustration blog, or maybe an industrial design blog. It's bugging the hell out of me, because I appear not to have a) delicious'ed it b) tumblr'd it c) twittered it d) emailed it to my buddy. Normally something I want I'd have saved in at least ONE of those ways.
Does this ring a bell with anyone? I search and can't seem to find it. I keep coming up with free pdf graph paper or Rhodia notebooks. I don't want either of those.
I believe the company was European (Dutch? German? Other? I can't remember!) but now I'm not sure. I'm in the US, and I know the company was not here because they had no or few retailers in the US.
Help me AskMe office supply nerds, you're my only hope.