Let's jump into six quadrillion gallons of fresh water of Great Lakes!
“The Great Lakes” set of five Memo Books celebrates Lakes Michigan, Superior, Huron, Erie, and Ontario. Indigenous peoples’ deep knowledge of these five glacier-carved lakes served them well for for agriculture, hunting, and trade. Today, the Great Lakes continue to connect Midwestern manufacturing towns to the rest of the world. These waterways have brought people together for thousands of years. If you grew up around Marquette, Manitowoc, Mentor, or Mississauga, the Great Lakes are your frame of reference, and anywhere in the region feels like home.
Field Notes Chicago HQ sits just a couple miles from Lake Michigan, so a Great Lakes set has been on the minds for years. Neenah’s vibrant Cobalt Techweave cover stock gave Field Notes inspiration for the isometric triangle rendering of the lakes found on the covers, with each book’s featured lake highlighted in silver ink.
The inside pages feature a light-gray graph, with a fold-out spread in the back of each book featuring a map of each lake’s cities, landmarks, depths, shipwrecks, ferries, and more. You’ll also find a few paragraphs about each lake’s history, lore, and aquatic life, plus a full page of geological data.
|Corners precisely rounded to a 3/8" (9.5mm) radius with a Challenge DCM double round-corner machine.
|3.5" W x 5.5" H
|Great Lakes - 5 Pack Memo Book containing light-gray graph, with a fold-out spread in the back of each book featuring a map of each lake’s cities, landmarks, depths, shipwrecks, ferries, and few paragraphs about each lake’s history, lore, and aquatic life, plus a full page of geological data.
|Graph featuring grids
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