- Diary: 160 pages
- Publisher: Peter Pauper Press; Jou edition (July 28, 2010)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 9781441303530
- ISBN-13: 978-1441303530
- ASIN: 1441303537
- Product Dimensions: 5.1 x 0.7 x 7.1 inches
- Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 210 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #81,454 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Tree of Life Journal (Diary, Notebook) Diary – July 28, 2010
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Tree of Life Journal
Symbolizing spiritual enlightenment and the union of heaven and earth, Gustav's Klimt's Tree of Life (c. 1909) resonates with the creative soul.
160 lightly lined writing pages provide plenty of space for personal reflection, creative writing, sketching, or jotting down favorite quotations or poems
Gustav Klimt's Tree of Life
This Art Nouveau masterwork expresses the connection between heaven, earth, and the underworld.
On our journal cover, the Tree is set against a matte gold background.
Raised embossing adds texture and calls attention to the tree and and its swirling branches.
Selected elements of the design are stamped in gold foil.
Mid-weight ivory paper is luxuriously smooth.
Light gray lines subtly guide your writing.
Archival quality helps preserve your words.
Sturdy sewn binding.
An extra touch -- a pocket inside the back cover to holds notes, reminders, business cards and more.
Bronze endsheets complement the journal's design.
Lovely and functional
Peter Pauper Press's small journals combine charm and practicality
Each hardcover volume features rounded corners for reduced wear.
Coordinating elastic closure protects the pages from hard knocks.
Sturdy sewn binding.
Perfect for pen and pencil alike
Pens and fine-line markers lay down crisp ink without feathering or bleed-through.
Colored pencil shows up vividly.
Graphite erases cleanly with light pressure.
Little details, like bronze endpapers and raised headbands and endbands, complete the design.
Compact size fits easily into most backpacks, purses, and totes.
About this Tree of Life Journal:
- 160 lightly lined writing pages
- Acid-free archival-quality paper
- Cover design is embossed and accented with gold foil
- Inside back cover pocket
- Matching elastic band closure
- Compact journal measures 5'' wide x 7'' high
Our Company History
In 1928, at the age of twenty-two, Peter Beilenson began printing books on a small press in the basement of his parents’ home in Larchmont, New York. Peter—and later, his wife, Edna—sought to create fine books that sold at prices even a pauper could afford.
Today, still family owned and operated, Peter Pauper Press continues to honor our founders’ legacy—and our customers’ expectations—of beauty, quality, and value.
Image: Peter Pauper Press headquarters, circa 1948.
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These journals are exquisite! They are not gaudy, they are nicely bound and beautifully designed for someone who wants a place to keep their thoughts.
This Klimt design is very nice, on the front and on the back, with a muted gold blank spine which could very easily be labeled or written on with a title or date. The gilding is there, but it's subtle, it does not overpower, and it's just enough to heighten the pleasure of looking at the cover. The lines on the pages are not dark, they are also muted. Nothing intrusive, just enough of a line for guidance in writing. Even the gold sales label with the bar code is nice (I know that sounds insane, but it IS nice) - I peeled it off the back cover but stuck it on the inside of the back cover to keep it. The elastic band attached to the back cover for holding the journal closed or perhaps marking your page is also very thoughtfully designed to not get in the way of writing.
I really think this journal is well-designed and I'm delighted to own it. I will buy more when I fill these. Bravo, Peter Pauper Press!
Smaller than I expected, but then again, I didn't bother to look at the measurements. Sturdy binding and paper that doesn't bleed to badly (included pictures of how it bleeds from page to page below.) The pocket in the back is very large and convenient!
Now as far as the size... I was definitely expecting something a bit larger. It was about as tall as I expected but it definitely wasn't as wide. It's a little hard to write in it because there's not much room to write. This also means you can fit less writing per page.
Next time, I will probably choose something a little larger. But if you don't mind something smaller, this journal is definitely a good choice.
I have been using these for personal journal entries, so they were always kept in my nightstand, but I will get another one and I'm curious to see how they hold up when used outside the home for notes, sketches and flies around in a backpack.
Pages aren't as durable as I thought they'd be. I made a mistake on a couple of pages & carefully removed them one at a time. The next couple of pages became loose because of this. They look like they'll fall out & I'm scared to remove them because I don't want the issue to spread.