Design is from two Vincent Van Gogh paintings called "The Church at Auvers" (1888) and "Self Portrait With Straw Hat" (1887). It is inspired from an episode of Doctor Who called "Vincent and the Doctor". The image of "The Church at Auvers" has been modified to show the monster in the window of the church, as it was in the episode. The self portrait on the back is the one that Vincent is seen carrying in the episode.
For more info about the episode: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vincent_and_the_Doctor
For those who don't care about Doctor Who (gasp!), but still like the Van Gogh paintings on this journal, just ignore the small blob in the church window, because it is very subtle and you won't even notice it unless you are looking for it. ;-)
.: Hardcover with semi gloss laminated cover
.: 128 ruled line single pages
.: 90gsm paper
.: Casewrap binding provides a flexible, sewn spine that allows the journal to lie flat when opened
.: Dimensions: 7" High, 5" Wide, .68" Thick
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