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Resketch on AZ Made

Resketch on AZ Made

AZ-Made.com celebrates talented artisans and craftspeople's creativity, ingenuity, and passion. They delve into the stories behind the makers and their incredible products, proudly crafted in the state of Arizona.

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A Book About Notebooks

A Book About Notebooks
It's hard to believe, but up until now, we have never really had a comprehensive history of where, why, and how the notebook evolved and became what it is today. Enter Roland Allen and his new book The Notebook: A History of Thinking on Paper.

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We Need Your Help!

We Need Your Help!
We see an untapped potential in every unused sheet of paper, which is why we work so hard to reclaim and transform it into unique, creative, eco-friendly notebooks and paper products. Unlike recycling, which often involves chemically heavy and energy-intensive processes, reclaiming paper allows us to give it new life without additional cost to the environment.

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The Benefits of Reclaimed Paper

The Benefits of Reclaimed Paper
One of the most commonly asked questions we get is about the difference between reclaimed and recycled paper. People often associate the terms reclaimed and recycled as the same thing, which is a fair and easy mistake to make.

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Resketch at Phx Flea

Resketch at Phx Flea
The Phx Flea Market is not your typical flea market. It is a modern market showcasing the best makers and builders in the Southwestern United States! With over 150 vendors showcasing handcrafted goods, fine art, and curated vintage and modern fashions, it is one of the most well-attended markets in the southwest.

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Resketch in Desk Stash

Resketch in Desk Stash
Desk Stash searches for the most unique desk and office items for professionals and students - delivered quarterly to your home or office. Every three months, subscribers receive a curated collection of items they have tested, vetted, and loved. The boxes never include mundane yellow sticky notes, aluminum paper clips, the common push pin, or the like. Their goal is to inspire people to work more creatively and have fun while doing it.

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