Corban & Blair x Thomas Avery "Meeting Place" A5 Journal - Black
Corban & Blair
a place of gathering for tribes.
Lines indicate direction of significant features such as waterholes and sacred sites.
Thomas ‘Bagaay’ Avery is a descendant of the Gamilaroi tribe in northern NSW. His personal totem is the blue tongue lizard. Thomas’s ancestors were born at Bohena Creek Aboriginal Reserve, Narrabri. Thomas is a painter, designer and filmmaker using his unique insights to communicate his culture.
Made from quality recycled leather, the A5 Australian made journal features a curved inner pocket with two slits for business cards, refillable A5 notepad, a pen loop and elastic closure.
The recycled leather is made from combining 60% genuine leather fibres from the European shoe and handbag industry, 20% natural latex, 10% natural fat, 10% misc/raw material with tanning agents and water.
The refillable pad is made from 100% de-inked recycled post-consumer waste collected from offices throughout Australia, it is carbon neutral and made in the Maryvale Mill, in Victoria. Please refill your cover for an ongoing life
Corban & Blair’s passion is to create meaningful products that are valued, useful and desirable.
Please note this product is made to order. Allow 3 business days for the order to be dispatched. Due to the nature of leather, colour may vary.
Leather is a natural material so markings such as scars, wrinkles and veining are characteristics and proof that it is genuine leather. Each piece is slightly individual which is why we love using it.
Dimensions: 2.0 (d) × 17.0 (w) × 22.5 (h) cm
Material: Genuine veg tan leather, A5 plain wire-bound recycled paper pad – 70 pages of 80gsm paper
Made in Australia