The Destiny Slim Notebook ... Voltaire’s Book of Fate. This design comes from an 1893 binding housing Voltaire’s Zadig, or The Book of Fate. First published in 1747, it tells the story of Zadig, an ancient Babylonian philosopher. The book is a philosophical treatise that provides thematic inspiration for the modern detective story, including for Edgar Allan Poe’s C. Auguste Dupin.
This note book journal has a geometric design on a hard cover, 176 pages, 85 GSM paper weight. The book has a memento pouch on the inside back cover. Each page is lined and its slim design is perfect making lists or inventories. But use it for journaling or diaries or notes, poems and essays, as well as travel journaling or random observations. Size: 3-3/4"x7"x3/4"
Voltaire's Destiny Slim Journal - Paperblanks
These journals are part of a unique collection of notebooks, each with an antique look and feel. The materials are carefully chosen for both beauty and longevity. These are perfect for memos, notes, stories, diaries, travel journals, daily tasks, field trips, composition books, sketching, lists, drawing, poetry, short stories, music, songs, ideas, scrapbooks, mixed media art, collections, ... you name it.
Paperblanks creates products that inspire creativity, empower expression and celebrate special moments. An homage to art and culture, this line of journals sparks the imagination by offering a connection to artists and cultural movements from all eras and regions. Expression has no limits with Paperblanks.
The Paperblanks design library is a curated selection of antique bindings, traditional artistic practices and contemporary trends. Traditionally they have looked to museums and private collections that specialize in antique book bindings or handwritten manuscripts ... and while these art forms continue to inspire key pieces of the collection, Paperblanks now also works with contemporary painters, illustrators and digital artists in creating unique book covers.