Virgil Finlay - Blank Journal
Pulp Art in novels and magazines was popular from the late 1800's through the 1940’s and 50’s when inexpensive, low grade paper, or ‘pulp’ was available. Illustrations in pulp novels and magazines were many times salacious fantasy fiction and science fiction. The genre saw it’s last days near the end of WWII as higher quality paper saw the emergence of comic books and paperbacks, replacing the genre in popularity.
Blank pages offer limitless possibilities - be it a to-do list, novel draft, art sketch or just doodles. Hardcover with a wraparound high quality print to carry wherever one might go.
.: 128 blank single pages
.: Full wraparound print
.: Casewrap binding