A5 Notebook, Akurra – Damien Coulthard
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Designed in collaboration with indigenous artist Damien Coulthard. Akurra – meaning the Creator and Keeper of the Flinders Ranges. This Canadian bound notebook conceals the wire spine when closed, giving it a sleek and sophisticated look.
Damien Coulthard is an Adnyamathanha man from the Northern Flinders and Gammon Ranges in South Australia. Damien is a co-founder of Warndu (Adnyamathanha word meaning ‘good’), an Aboriginal owned business whose foundation is based on the principle of ‘looking to the past to protect our future.’ Their mission is to REGENERATE culture, tradition, community, health, seas, and soils.
Pad – 100% recycled paper milled in Victoria
Material: Printed outer, elastic closure. Plain wire-bound recycled paper pad – 70 pages of 80gsm paper
Made in Australia
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