American Art Pottery Association
The American Art Pottery Association was established in 1983, and seeks to promote an interest, understanding, appreciation, and recognition of American Art Pottery. The association strives to unify and strengthen the voice of collectors and dealers of American Pottery, while fostering a members' Code of Ethics for buying, selling, exhibiting and publishing about American Art Pottery.
I love these! I've been using them by the dozen as journals. I write in black fountain pen, and there's no bleed-through of the ink from one side of the page to the other, and the paper has no trouble with any of the adhesives I've used (tape, Zots, glue) to attach photos and such. Covers are a great weight, and the wire binding seems like it's made for the Ages.
I can't draw a stick figure, so I haven't actually used the books for their intended purpose (i.e. sketching), but the paper has a great feel, and, if it'll stand up to liquid ink on both sides, it should work like a dream with other media.
I actually joined Mr. Art as a VIP because I was buying so many of these. There aren't too many products anywhere of which I'm this fond.
- Mark G. in Pasadena, CA
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