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I am writing to you with a special request. I hope that you can help me with an answer to my inquiry, or direct me to a person who can.

I would like to have the thin Cahier paper that is a minimum 13 x19 inches, perhaps before it is cut down to make Moleskine’s Cahier books. I like to tear this paper from the books and run it through my printer, which can accommodates13 inches x any length. I do illustrations in Adobe Illustrator, print them on Cahier paper, then use spray adhesive to paste them into the book. I like to use the large and small Japanese Fold Pocket Sketchbooks for my artwork. The attached illustration of the ax shows how my printouts must be tiled to accommodate the entire image. I will print out this image, paste it together, paste it into the book, then ink it. Larger pre-bound sheets of Cahier paper would be so helpful to this process. I should add that I use the thin Cahier paper, because it comes closest to matching the color of paper used in the Japanese Fold & Plain sketchbooks.

Are sheets of pre-bound Cahier paper available. Do you take such special requests? I am curious about the cost.

I am a long time user of Moleskine products. My projects, including personal work, and moly_x: an international moleskine sketchbook exchange, have produced sales of over 500 Moleskine Japanese fold sketchbooks. These orders have come from artist all over the world.

If there is a specific person to direct this inquiry to, I ill be grateful for a name and email address.

Thank you so much for your consideration.


Marty Harris

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