WBSJ A5 Size Clear Folder Set of Two
Kamon are traditional family logos of Japan. First appearing in the Heian period (795 - 1185), the symbols were originally the preserve of the aristocracy, before being gradually adopted by almost all families in Japan. An early form of graphic design, kamon have been an inspiration to many around the world since, with the patterns of Louis Vuitton bags a prominent example.
Birds frequently appear in the more than 5000 designs of kamon in Japan, and some of these are brought together on these Wild Bird Society of Japan clear files. White-fronted Geese, and Red-crowned Crane which appear in the designs are both now threatened species in Japan.
Available in a set of two, these files are a handy way to store your papers, remind yourself of a design classic, and support the conservation work of the WBSJ.
The files are A5 size.