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Hahnemühle The ZigZag Book

$ 7.84

The ZigZag Book from Hahnemühle is an urban sketcher’s dream. It’s filled with 18 pages of high-quality watercolor paper, accordion folded for limitless possibilities. The hefty (300gsm), fine grained paper can easily handle all types of media, wet or dry! Your work will be protected thanks to the rugged, oversized covers and red elastic closure.

Paint on one or two pages as you would with a regular sketchbook, or spread it out and work on several pages at once. This unique book lets you experience art making in a totally new way.

Customer Reviews

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Gabrielle
Great accordion pad!

I purchased 4 of these during the year end sale. I figured at such a good price, why not? Glad I did. I'm using the accordion layout for one story. I'm having lots of fun with these!

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Amanda L
I LOVE these

The paper quality is amazing and it is the perfect travel size as it will fit in most of my purses and certainly bags. The according style layout is great for storytelling.

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Hp
Great!

I love this notebook for watercolors. It's super portable to!

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NNLO

I like the elastic bands because I can slip a waterbrush in. It takes watercolor just fine, but I would say it's not very toothy? That might make a difference for you, but it doesn't for me

Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
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Gabrielle
Great accordion pad!

I purchased 4 of these during the year end sale. I figured at such a good price, why not? Glad I did. I'm using the accordion layout for one story. I'm having lots of fun with these!

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Amanda L
I LOVE these

The paper quality is amazing and it is the perfect travel size as it will fit in most of my purses and certainly bags. The according style layout is great for storytelling.

H
Hp
Great!

I love this notebook for watercolors. It's super portable to!

N
NNLO

I like the elastic bands because I can slip a waterbrush in. It takes watercolor just fine, but I would say it's not very toothy? That might make a difference for you, but it doesn't for me