by e bond

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Artist Statement

inspired by the idea of repetition.
again and again.
in other words, (re):
a train of thought
a reiteration
an add on
a renewal

there are 50 unique blank journals in this series. each one-of-a-kind and hand made by the artist.

Why We Love It

bond's one-of-a-kind creations blur the line between artwork and utilitarian object. The cover of each 5.75"x6" (re)journal features spray paint, acrylic, pen, and paint marker, combined in fifty harmonious but distinctive ways. The book blocks are hand sewn onto bands using linen thread. If you’re worried they’re too pretty to write in, join the club, but take it from us: once you get over that, the pleasure of putting pen to these gorgeously sheathed pages is unmatched in its special sorcery. When you jot something down in (re)journal, it just feels right, like you’re giving some well-deserved love to anything worth writing or doodling. Even a grocery list gets a lift ... Read more on the blog! 


+ Each journal is handmade by the artist and one-of-a-kind. We are not able to accommodate requests for specific colorways, but don’t worry, every single one is beautiful!
+ Dimensions vary slightly, but are approximately 5.75” wide by 6” high, square format.
+ Pages are blank white, off-white or beige paper with a total page count of approximately 80-100.
+ Book blocks are hand sewn on bands using linen thread.
+ Each book is hand-signed on an inside cover.
+ All orders for this edition are final sale and not eligible for discount or return.


Medium: Spray paint, acrylic ink, sharpie, paint marker, paper, thread

Edition Structure:
5.75"x6" | Edition of 50

e bond

e bond is an artist + writer + bookbinder + educator + designer. currently, she makes digital spaces by day, handmade books by night, hangs out with ancient trees on weekends and writes something close to poems in the spaces between. under the studio name roughdrAftbooks—created in 2003—she creates artists’ books, handmade journals and mixed media pieces that blur the boundaries of art, craft, design and poetry.
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