Friday, October 12th, 2018

New Clairefontaine fine arts notebooks now available in US!


I am very happy to announce two new lines of Clairefontaine notebooks are now available in the US: the Graf’Book notebooks and the Goldline mixed media notebooks!

The Graf’Book fine arts notebooks have a timeless look that combines tradition and modernity. These notebooks feature 100g Clairefontaine paper, perfectly smooth and extra white, designed to resist feathering and bleed through. Excellent for drawing, sketching, writing, and more.

The sewn spine enhances the look and ensures the Graf’Book will lay completely flat. Each book contains 100 blank sheets.

The Clairefontaine Graf’Books are available in portrait orientation in A6, A5 and A4 sizes, and in landscape orientation in small, medium and large sizes. You can see more information about the Graf’Books including where to buy here.

The new Clairefontaine Goldline mixed-media sketchbooks are now included in the US lineup!

These notebooks have heavyweight 180gsm paper that is smooth on one side and textured on the other, perfect for wet and dry techniques.

The Goldline notebooks are landscape orientation and come in small (4 1/4 by 6 inches) medium (6 by 8 1/4 inches) and large (8 1/4 by 11 3/4 inches) sizes.

The Goldline notebooks have an elastic closure strap and a pencil loop, making them perfect travel companions. Personalize it by painting or embellishing the canvas cover!

Click here for more information about the Goldline notebooks!

3 thoughts on “New Clairefontaine fine arts notebooks now available in US!

  1. Hi Kate, thank you for your interest!

    The black line is the exposed binding of the book.

    Regarding the Goldline sketchbook paper content: there is no cotton in the paper. It is a mixed-media paper, 180g/ 83 lb so it is much thicker than normal paper. It’s a very high quality paper, with a slight grain to it.

    I hope this helps!


  2. What is the black line down the middle in the second photo? That would make sketching across the ditch rather difficult.
    In the “more info” link on the Goldline notebooks it does not say anything about the paper content. In particular, I’m interested in the cotton content for any paper on which I use watercolors.

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