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Journal (Blank) - Out There

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Earth Friendly, Australian made, 200 page A5 Journal Be inspired to pen your thoughts, dreams and sketches with this luxurious hard-cover journal featuring artwork by Indigenous Australian artist Nardurna. Product details: Designed and made in South Australia 200 blank pages Spiral bound 215mm x 155cm x 20mm (not including the...
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Earth Friendly, Australian made, 200 page A5 Journal

Be inspired to pen your thoughts, dreams and sketches with this luxurious hard-cover journal featuring artwork by Indigenous Australian artist Nardurna.

Product details:

  • Designed and made in South Australia
  • 200 blank pages
  • Spiral bound
  • 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 135gsm
  • Cover and pages are made from 100% post-consumer recycled paper
  • Cover printed using vegetable based ink

About the artist:
Ryhia Dank is a contemporary Aboriginal artist who grew up in a remote community and now live in modern Australia. "My paintings are storywork. Gudanji/Wakaja people told stories through pattern and design. Three women came from the ocean near Ngukurr in the Gulf of Carpentaria. They travelled a long way and then created the place of my family, the hills and fresh water Country."

"This artwork is of a family gathered at camp in the afternoon after a day of traveling. Travel was often to trade with neighbouring countries of items from tools to various foods."

~ nardurna.

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