Sweet, scrappy hexies pop when placed against high-contrast fabrics. A photo of this gorgeous Grandmother’s Flower Garden quilt, hanging in all its glory in Sally Welch’s dining room, appeared on the cover of Quiltfolk’s debut publication Issue 01: Oregon and the opening pages of Quiltfolk Life: Volume One. “My heart’s desire is hand’s work,” Sally shared during her interview. You can now admire her hand-stitched quilt (a classic Quiltfolk image) on the cover of your new notebook!
“Your drawing would look awesome on a notebook.” Even though he had been told that he shouldn’t pursue art as a career, it only took encouragement from one person for Denik Founder, Tyler, to build a brand around creative, cause-based notebooks. Tyler, and his cofounder, Jake, gathered a team of artists and started designing and binding notebooks. And with each item sold, a portion of the proceeds was set aside to fund the building of a school in Mali, Africa. His vision has blossomed from a grassroots street team of book-slingers to a community of artists and creative professionals. The mission of “funding education projects through art and creativity” has spread to artists, customers, corporations, and partners worldwide. The Denik Movement has successfully funded five schools, demonstrating that art can change the world.
This exclusive, hardcover notebook is lined with dot grid pages that lay completely flat for easy sketching. And it gets better: Denik is based in Utah, so all notebooks are made in the USA!
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