This meticulously constructed Landmade Cork Journal from Decomposition Book is made with sustainably harvested cork and acid-free paper. This notebook is hand-bound using the traditional Smyth sewn binding technique, giving it extra strength to open flat. The one-of-a-kind cork cover not only showcases a beautiful pattern but cork is also an eco-friendly material that is sustainably harvested from live trees and grows back to be re-harvested.
Inside this pocket journal you'll find plain pages and a satin bookmark, while the elastic closure allows you to keep the little papers snug. Each journal is unique as no two covers will be the same, and each cover has an orange, black or gold underlay — part of the fun is seeing which one you receive!
Decomposition books are designed in Brooklyn, NY, by Michael Roger, Inc. Since 1949, Michael Roger has been a family business based in Brooklyn, New York. Founded by the great-grandfather of the current owner, they've been making trend-setting, unique lines of journals, notebooks, and sketchbooks for over half a century. Michael Roger strives to be eco-friendly, making many of their products with recycled, repurposed, and sustainable materials.