Design Collection - Eco friendly wool felt accessories

Design Collection - Eco friendly wool felt accessories


October 13, 2020



THE EXTERNAL HARD-DRIVE “ , your thoughts on paper.


When it comes to tech gadgets, I admit I can not be without my MacBook, as this precious machine is with me even when I am out and about. I live typing away on my Apple, kind of my companion from meeting to meeting, in the coffee shop coffee, and joins my travels.

And yet from time to time, I find myself using an actual Notebook, holding tight to ideas and thoughts, capturing my impressions of cultures and places.

I enjoy putting my thoughts on paper too. There is something so special about using your Notebook, your mind, a pencil and paper.  

Something about jotting down your thoughts, adding new ideas to actual paper. The simple touch of paper sheets, looking afar while gathering your thoughts, trying to find the right words to express your vision. It is calming. 

There is no Google search engine. No  Grammarly to correct your spelling and sentence structure. But it doesn’t matter.

It is you and your thoughts, the Notebook is yours, and the words are yours, your writings, they don’t get published or appear on social media channels. 

A Notebook is a simple act for a calm, relaxing, and tranquil state.

It improves your mental health, too.

Urban sleeves revolve around an idea. An aesthetically pleasing design, combines function, proportions, and attention to detail. We bring together technology and natural materials. The wool- felt Notebooks are a new addition to our designs. They meant to relax you, act as a tranquil companion for you to reflect on the world and your thoughts.

The A5 Notebooks covered in a 100 % wool felt sleeves and constructed with virgin wool. They are Eco friendly with 160 lined pages of recycled paper. And like all our other products, the sleeves feature the iconic Cape Town Table Mountain or the Joburg skyline, paying tribute to our vibrant cities, we call home. 

The Notebooks are launching in 6 different colors, inspired by reflections of Cape Town and Johannesburg.


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