Author(s): BryanNash Gill
This collection of journals is imbued with the understated charm and visual delights of Gill's striking woodcut art. Whether they're used as desktop jotters or for note-taking on the go, each journal's distinctive cover artwork and beautiful interior pages will be coveted by journalers everywhere.
Bryan Nash Gill (1961 - 2013)In the words of Megan Carey:"I was introduced to Bryan's work a little over two years ago, and shortly after, my colleague Sara and I visited his studio in Connecticut. I was blown away by his stunning prints and space (he built his studio adjacent to his house, surrounded by carefully kept gardens and wild woods). Even more so, I was taken by his overwhelming enthusiasm and kindness. He grilled a chicken for us from a neighbour's farm and made a big salad, and as we discussed art, books, and his work, it felt like we had known each other for years. By the following May, we had produced a beautiful book together, Woodcut, and in the process had become great friends. I am particularly proud of this book. I loved working on it and I loved working with Bryan. I reach for it often when I'm in need of inspiration or perspective - or a friend.