Field Notes Shelterwood

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Shelterwood
Release Date: First released::Spring 2014
Item No.: Item No::FNC-22
Innards paper: Paper used::Finch Paper Fine 70#T "Soft White"
Edition Size: Edition size::25,000 packs
Official Page: Field Notes Shelterwood


Description[edit | edit source]

Thanks to the natural texture of the wood, no two Shelterwood memo books are the same but all share their origin in the same few hand-picked cherry trees from Northern Illinois and Southern Wisconsin. The wood covers are sustainably produced, with just a few 60" logs converted into 5000 feet of “Sheer Veneer,” with very little waste (the waste is recycled into wood pellets to heat the factory!).'

The covers are left uncoated with text printed in a double-hit of “Ghostflower White” which remains slightly opaque, the wood texture showing through like a faded whitewashed fence. Inside covers are mossy green text on kraft paper. The guts of the books are Finch Fine “Soft White” 70# text stock, the same beefy stock you loved in our America the Beautiful Edition. They’re ruled in “Maidenhair Green,” and bound together with three sturdy gold staples.[1]

The duplexing technique of applying thin wood sheets onto Kraft was carried into the stock product "Cherry Graph" (FN-23). The cover ink was changed from "Ghostflower White" to a black ink to visually distinguish from the limited edition variant.

Reception[edit | edit source]

Paper[edit | edit source]

Specifications[edit | edit source]

01. Proudly printed by the good people of Burke Printing, Lake Forest, Ill.

02. Cover: Graphic Wood Technologies PureVeneer cherry wood veneer, bound to brown kraft paper with a double hit of "Ghost Flower" white (outside) and a single hit of "Twilight Sage" green (inside) soy-based Toyo inks.

03. Innards: Finch Paper Fine 70#T "Soft White," with a fine, 1-color application of "Maidenhair" light green soy-based Toyo ink.

04. Cover and innards printed on a Komori G40 40" 6-color printing press.

05. Innards printed on a Komori Lithrone 26" 5-color printing press.

06. Bound by a Mueller Martini Bravo T 6-pocket saddle stitcher with cover feeder, with appreciation to Samuel Slocum, George W. McGill, and William J. Brown, the "Founding Fathers of the Staple."

07. Corners precisely rounded to ⅜" (9.5mm) by a Challenge round-corner machine.

08. Ruled Lines: ¼" (6.35mm).

09. Memo book dimensions are 3½" × 5½" (89mm × 140mm).

10. Field Notes uses only the Futura typeface family (Paul Renner, 1927) in its materials.

11. All Field Notes memo books are printed and manufactured in the U.S.A.

References and Notes[edit | edit source]

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