No living creature, not even a tree, was harmed in the making of these lovely artist journals produced by Brooklyn-based company Five and a Half.
These sustainable journals are made from sugar cane stalk fibers and post-consumer recycled paper. The canvas covers feature original photography by Five and a Half.
Made with writers, illustrators, designers and artists in mind, the journals are suitable for ink, paint, pastel, charcoal and graphite.
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