The illustration on the cover is titled “ANUSH” (Ah-noosh), meaning “sweet” in Armenian. The word is also used to describe someone’s kind personality or the sweetness of a food and is interchangeably used as a word for dessert. Another derivative is Anushig (just add the “ig”), both as a proper name and an adjective, meaning “very pretty.”
The icons — including the wheat on Anush’s gown as well as pomegranates, the Tree of Life, and grapes in the background — are traditionally used symbols representing abundance, good fortune, and fertility. They are inspired by drawings in Armenian manuscripts as well as carvings on the walls of Geghart Monastary in Armenia.
75 sheets, 150 pages. Take notes in it at school, at work, or while you’re watching DIY videos on YouTube. You’ll love it. We promise
Dimensions: 8.5″ x 10″
The cover has a soft laminate to ensure image quality over time and creates a water resistant external coating. P.s. It feels like magic.
These notebooks are wire-o bound with a beautiful black spiral. We also put a nice, thick backing to keep it from bending while you’re trying to take notes. The front cover creates a durable, functional and beautiful piece of art. Toss it in a bag, show it off to your friends, make it yours. It will last.
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