Founded by and for artists in 2004, JournalsAndBooks.com is an online boutique of hand-picked writing journals and other select gifts. With our new website and products we hope to bring you an improved shopping experience overall!
Housed in an old lingerie factory, JournalsAndBooks is a small independent company and a proud member of our community here in Bushwick, Brooklyn, regularly supporting the efforts of our local farmers' market and urban farm (more about EcoStation:NY). Be engaged, people!
Brooklyn is bursting with creative energy and our catalog is too! Its diverse flavors is our constant inspiration and fuels our passion for discovering tools for the creative mind: writing journals, sketchbooks, photo albums - all empty canvases for you to create and explore.
Our "Contractor's Handbook" Faux Wood 6x9" Notebook is one in a series of fun, faux bois notebooks designed and built in Canada. All come with a pencil included (nice, eh?), feature rugged construction, and are filled with 160 pages of heavy 70 lb. graph paper for sketching out floorplans, landscaping, grocery lists...
The Mondo Tarot Address Book is a charming pocket address book, adorned with artist Scott Russo's interpretation of the Chinese tarot.
Fun and modern, these photo albums come with a customizable "porthole frame" cover with violet tinted windowpane and matching interior. The Very Violet Porthole Snapshot Album has 52 black, archival, polypropylene sleeves, arranged two-up (2 per
Designed by hip L.A. designer Pamela Barsky, the Bubblewrap Notebook Journal is perfect for the obsessive-compulsive bubble wrap popper in your life. Maybe it's you. We won't tell.
It's no wonder the Wonder Journal is among our favorites... This fresh and fun Wonder Journal, designed by kooky and hip L.A. designer Pamela Barsky, features 144 unlined pages and is spiral-bound with a neat brass-colored plastic "wire" that
Finely crafted and made of real wood, this Deluxe Sudoku Game Set is sure to win new converts to the ancient and intriguing game of sudoku. We think this is one of the most handsome sudoku boards made - and our customers agree! Real solid wood construction, with real wooden tiles and wooden "thinking tiles."
Our Mondo Tarot Journal is a charming 5 x7 inch journal, adorned with artist Scott Russo's interpretation of the Chinese tarot. The pages are softly red lined and are peppered with illustrations as well; the rigid cover keeps things tidy. The Mondo
With their softly iridescent "eco leather" covers and other sustainability-minded features, these pocket-size journals from Ciak of Italy are quite unique.
As seen in Conde Nast Traveler, these "In Transit" travel journals, with a distinctly international flair, are the perfect size for writers, compulsive list-makers, and dreamers on the go. Also available: "In Transit" 5.25 x 7" Travel Journal - Blue
This is one BIG butterfly! Our Blue Butterfly Jumbo Notebook Journal is impressive both for its heft (weighing in at 25oz. - that's 1.5 pounds!), and its beauty. Just like Canada, where they're made, they're beautiful but rugged.
The "Do It Yourself" Faux Wood Pocket Notebook is one in a series of cool, spiral-bound notebooks designed and built by our crafty friends to the north in Canada. They all come with a pencil included (nice, eh?), feature rugged construction, and are filled with 100 pages of heavy 70 lb. graph paper for sketching out floorplans, landscaping, grocery lists...
These classy palm-sized notepads feature both lined and graph paper, and an elastic closure to keep things tidy. The rounded corners let it slip easily into your pocket or bag. Sold in packs of six, they make a great group gift or stocking stuffer.
These midsize softcover journals are perfect for young writers, poets, dreamers and doodlers on the go. Rounded corners give the cover a longer life, a unique page protector deters mashed-up page edges, and a convenient elastic placeholder/closure keeps everything secure and tidy.
If you love Frida Kahlo, if you enjoy Mexican art, this beautiful address book is for you. Wonderfully illustrated throughout, it exemplifies the iconic art culture that has arisen around the love and admiration of Frida.