Paper waste as raw material, paper love as fuel
At Redopapers we have a soft spot for paper. Waste paper, to be precise. That is why we only use surplus paper for our diaries, notebooks, planners, and other paper products. Not just any leftovers, by the way, but paper scraps from the highest shelf. Because to us, waste is not the end but a beginning.
It's time for a paper agenda!
A paper diary, who still uses it today? And why? We found the answer!
Let's start at the beginning. The paper agenda frees us from the stalker we call our smartphone. No constant "read-my-messages" sound, but a tangible set of delicious-smelling papers.
Unique street images on your booklet
Redopapers and Brussels Street Photography Festival join forces! At the 2019 outdoor edition of the festival, different banners showed the work of talented street photographers.
Did you miss the festival? Then we might put a smile on your face. Out of those beautiful banners, we cut out different pieces. Each particle gets its own meaning. The result? Unique cutouts and new booklets with exclusive covers.
The new recycling
Europe is doing a good job recycling paper. But can we do something else besides recycling? Redopapers gives paper waste a new life straight away. Together with print company Zwartopwit.
"Paper destroys our forests." That's something you sometimes hear people say, but is it true?
Checklist for a sustainable Christmas list
Notepad for professional procrastinators
Karen François and Redopapers joined forces! Convinced that self-discipline is overrated, they are launching a tear-off notepad for professional procrastinators.
We were going to share it last week, but we kept putting it off. Come to think of it, procrastination is an art in itself (we should get grants for it!). Inside the tear-off notepad, you will find Karen statements that will (de)motivate you to make something of your planning anyway.
Visiting NPO Katr!nahof
The peace of writing
Fact: writing on paper brings peace to our minds. Numerous studies confirm this. Those who pen down their thoughts and feelings create space in their heads. Therapists advise their clients to write off, teachers recommend taking notes, and writing is always on the list of planning tips. But why is it that writing things down brings about so much?