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ONE PIECE magazine: Hobonichi Pencil Board (3 stærðir)

1.190 kr

© Eiichiro Oda/SHUEISHA

Out of the Hobonichi original accessories, the Hobonichi Pencil Board is one of the most popular items. Keeping it underneath the page you’re writing on allows the reinforcement to provide an enjoyable writing experience. They fit perfectly to the size of the techo book, and will prevent your pen from sliding on the page, and not leave indentations on the opposite page, making for a comfortable writing experience.

Memories is a series of pencil board designs made in collaboration with ONE PIECE magazine, which dives into the charms of the hit manga series One Piece.
The pencil board features the scene of the ship’s departure, which is depicted as one of the most memorable and famous scenes.

This is the moment where the Straw Hat Crew, having survived a major battle on the island where they landed during their adventure, “sets sail” for their next destination. It is a touching scene where the departing crew and those seeing them off call out to each other, “See you again,” and “Take care.”

The A6 size has a scene from Punk Hazard, which is from Volume 70.
The A5 size has a scene from Fish-Man Island, which is from Volume 66.
The Weeks size has a scene from Thriller Bark, which is from Volume 50.

The concept behind “Memories” is making it like a postcard that reminds you of precious memories from your travels. You can slip it into your techo and take a look at it once in a while, having a moment of nostalgia.

The back of the pencil boards each includes a panel from the comic, and on the bottom left corner is a special collaboration logo for ONE PIECE magazine x Hobonichi. One side is labeled by millimeter to act as a metric ruler.

On the corner is a tab illustrating the Thousand Sunny and the word “current location.” When inserted in your techo, it will also function as a bookmark to show where you are (today’s page).

We recommend pairing this pencil board with other ONE PIECE magazine collaboration items, such as the techo covers or Weeks books.

© Eiichiro Oda/SHUEISHA

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