Art Journal - Vintage Label Cover 2

SKU: J444

Cover: Nathumal Shorimal Label
Sale price₹ 1,690
In stock (8 units), ready to be shipped


Our Art Journal is the perfect space for creative collages, doodles, sketches, mix media and writing your thoughts, ideas, dreams, and adventures. Pages are made from strong handmade paper and are ideal for art journaling. 

  • Size: 21.5 x 21.5 cm
  • Cover: Handwoven cotton textile
  • Cover Design: Authentic and vintage textile label sourced from collectors, these are under an acetate sheet and can be removed easily from the journal cover.
  • Paper: 100% recycled, wood free handmade paper sourced from rural units
  • Pages GSM: Approximately 250 gsm
  • Page type: Blank, hand-stitched
  • No. of pages: 84 pages (42 leaves)
  • Paper texture: Rough, handmade
  • Binding: Hardbound, flat lay
  • Writing: Use a ballpoint pen, pencil or gel pen, ideal for art

Cover - Vintage Label
Authentic and vintage textile label sourced from collectors. You can easily take them out of the window(from behind the top cover) and use it elsewhere or keep it in your collection. We have added an acetate cover to the book window to keep the vintage label from getting damaged.

About Art Journals
An art diary, art journal or visual journal is a daily journal kept by artists, often containing both words and sketches and occasionally including mixed media elements such as collages.

These books contain rough workings, sketches and doodles of ideas later to appear in finished works, as well as act as a normal diary, by allowing the person to record their day-to-day activities and emotions.

Many famous artists are known for their art diaries – the sketchbooks of Leonardo da Vinci are probably the best-known example. Other artists to have used art journals include Frida Kahlo. The concept of an art diary is also used by people working in related creative fields such as music, photography, design, architecture, etc.

Cover Textile
The cover is made from handloom cotton. The cloth is made directly from raw cotton in the villages close to cotton fields combining traditional Indian principles of cloth-making with modern small-scale technology. It avoids baling and unbailing of cotton by heavy machinery and unnecessary transport. It has a beautiful texture, is soft, and keeps its shape for ages. Handloom weaving is today the largest non-farm employer in the country, and mostly rural at that. Each region has its particular weave, and that's the beauty of handloom.

Paper: 100% recycled and wood-free
Please note: There may be minor imperfections in the textile as it is handwoven on looms and on the papers as they are handmade from recycled cotton rags. These natural imperfections add beauty to the product as each piece is unique.


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