Mucha Journal  (Zodiac)

Mucha Journal (Zodiac)

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Alphonse Mucha's striking design of the Zodiac (1896) was originally designed as a calendar for the Champenois printing firm in Paris. As it quickly caught the attention of Léon Deschamps, chief editor of La Plume, he bought the rights to distribute it as the magazine's 1897 calendar. It went on to become one of Mucha's most popular designs.

Mucha's bejewelled and majestic woman holds the 12 signs of the zodiac beneath her halo, epitomizing symbolism embraced both by Mucha and the interior design of the Gilded Age.

On our journal, she reminds us that while we move through the course of a year, like the sun across the celestial sphere, our important thoughts and big dreams are more likely to become reality if we write them down.

Small Journal: 

  • 192 lined pages 
  • Dimensions: 4.25" x 6" 
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Large Journal: 

  • 196 blank pages
  • Dimensions: 5.75" x 8.25" 
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