Next Level Custom Products with Falafel Books
No matter who you are – a museum, an opera house, an event agency, a start-up, a zoo, a coffee or a tyre service station – if you need practical beautiful notebooks, we are here to help you.
If you you are not sure where to start
We will carefully guide you through the process and find an ideal solution for your project
If you already know what you want but worried about choosing the right specs
We will match you with the right designer solution and oversee the entire process
Our Favorites to Help You Get Started
Notebook with your company logo. format of choice
Thread-stitched notebook in your company style
Weekly planner for year-round use
- Digital Printing
- Foil Stamping
- Full Color Printing
- Blind Embossing
- Letterpress Print
- Die Cutting
- Line Ruling
- Silk-screen Printing
- Black-and-white Printing
- Duplex Printing
- UV Coating
- Soft Touch Lamination
An experimental exhibition “Tretyakov: An Other Edition”, a joint project of Strelka Institute and Tretyakov Gallery. We designed and produced an ‘art catalogue’-style notebook – a great choice to accompany this project with a kind of casual elegance. These days the graduates of Strelka Masters programme get to still enjoy these notebooks.
Moscow’s grand landscape park Zaryadye: we have designed a line of exclusive souvenir products. We took the sumbols of the park – delicate birds and insects – as insipratiom and let them into notebooks, pins, sketchbooks, stickers and postcards.
ALRUD Law firm: we created a line of simple yet refined notebooks, while steering clear from plainness by employing orange stitched binding and an unusual A5 format. These notebooks are some of our best letterpress experiments that made their way all the way to a legal conference in Australia.
Setka develops innovative tools for contemporary media. We briefly joined their team in their journey to create a notebook with modular grids to make lives of the designers significantly easier! (and not just the designers).
Saint Petersburg Faberge Museum was looking for paper stationery expressing a reserved yet tasteful edge. In this case, we found an unusual solution for a wrapband – instead of regular paper we used opaque tracing paper.
Brandbeat was a series of discussions organised by a major Moscow video-production company to look at ways of brand integration in documentary films and music videos. We were thrilled to join them in 2018 to create limited edition notebooks for their participants.