A5 soft cover Illustrated Notebook. designed by the illustrator Izhar Cohen - Part of new limited edition collection. The work name is "A wave of inspiration" - you can choose ruled or plain pages.
PULP is proud to launch a limited edition collection by the artist Izhar Cohen - One of the most talented and prominent illustrators in Israel.
the new collection includes notebooks| postcards| prints
The work name - "A wave of inspiration"
Size - 21X14.8 cm/8.26X5.83 inch
Plain or Ruled
70 inner pages
90 gr ecological paper - Ivory
the cover includes inner wings - made of 380 gr ecological paper
includes black rubber band
you can choose the opening side Right to Left (ruled or plain) or left to right ruled only.
Izhar Cohen - London | Paris | Florence | Tel Aviv
Izhar Cohen's & pulp new collection - London | Paris | Florence | Tel Aviv - as it's name - combines illustrations from all the years of him living in those cities - printed on notebooks and all sort of designed paper products from the house of PULP.
Izhar: "After years of creation, I'm stopping for a moment and sharing with PULP my enormous collection of illustrations"
Izhar Cohen is an artist, an illustrator, and a designer. His work has been published worldwide in leading newspapers and magazines - Such as the New York Times, The Guardian, Time Magazine, The Wall-street Journal, La Figaro, Yediot Aharonot and more. In addition, he is a renowned illustrator of books for children.
Born in Israel, 56 years old. Cohen studied at the Bezal'el Academy of Arts in Jerusalem and the Ecole des, Arts Decoratifs in Paris and Central Saint Martins in London.
For the last 25 years Izhar is living on the line of London - Paris - Florence & Tel Aviv. that affected his inspirations a lot - look for them in his prints and you'll understand the magic.
Cohen says, "My many years of work in different cultural environments have helped me transform my illustrations into an articulate instrument with an identifiable visual language that enables me to create original conceptual connections in the hope of arousing thought with the help of humor."