William Morris (1834-1896) was one of the most celebrated practitioners of the Arts and Crafts movement. In creating woven and printed textile patterns, Morris chose to work with the ancient technique of hand woodblock printing, finding inspiration for his famous repeating patterns in the natural world around him: mille-fleurs tapestries and early prints of herbs as well as the crispness and abundance of exquisite detail in medieval art.
His evocations of antique florals and plants in all their profusion, depth of tone and magical gradation of tints have become design classics gracing the decorative arts, including our book covers.
The Paperblanks William Morris Windrush Journal in the Mini size is 3.75 x 5.5 inches and Smyth Sewn for durability. It has 176 pages, includes a memento pouch and a ribbon marker, and features an elastic band closure.
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