Keep this beautiful hard-cover journal handy for when inspiration strikes! Perfect for jotting down thoughts, song lyrics, poems, dreams, or even use as a garden or travel diary.
The sturdy hard cover features a design by an Australian artist.
Earth Greetings Journals are printed in Australia with vegetable based ink and made from 100% post-consumer waste, with plastic-free wire. The purchase of these journals are also carbon offset by Earth Greetings with donations to the Yarra Yarra Biodiversity Corridor where 10% of the profits from every journal sold is donated to care for native wildlife and restore habitat.
When the time comes to dispose of your journal, its good to know that the paper pages and cover can be put straight in the recycling bin, or better yet the compost bin! The spiral binding is made from plastic-free wire, which can be recycled as scrap metal at the end of it's life.
Designed and made in South Australia
200 Lined Pages
215mm x 155cm x 20mm (not including the spiral)
A5 paper size
Chunky 2mm thick hard-cover
Pages are made from acid free paper, weight 100gsm
Cover and pages are made from 100% post-consumer recycled paper
Australian Wildflowers and Little Birdie - Negin Maddock is an illustrator, surface designer, and printmaker from Sydney, Australia. At university she studied mechanical engineering, and later a PhD in biomedical engineering. Being a scientist, Negin takes a very technical approach to her art making, believing a deep understanding and knowledge of the subject matter are the key to a successful design.
Pollinators - Australian artist Victoria McGrane produces hand illustrated work inspired by her love of travel, as she explores the amazing landscapes, colours, flora and fauna of Australia. With a sketchbook under her arm and camera at the ready, Victoria observes the beautiful plants, animals, colours and landscapes that cross her path.
Our Mother The Sun - Domica Hill, a proud pakana artist from lutruwita (Tasmania), interweaves symbols and stories from her Indigenous heritage with vivid present-day components to create her evocative artworks.
Where Flowers Bloom - Claire Ishino crafts joyful art inspired by her affinity for Australian flora, colours, music, and sunrise strolls, to brighten your mood and warm your soul with delight.