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AllSwell Notebook No.2 is has the same handy half lined [WRITE] half unlined [DRAW] pages as the original AllSwell notebook No.1.

Featuring a brand new cover with surfer and artist Kassia Meador’s photography on the exterior. Each notebook contains illustrations on the interior covers of items that lend themselves to a full day deployment at the beach: swim fins, a ukelele, an old-school Igloo-style cooler, a cold bottle of Bud, etc designed by illustrator Alessandra Olanow.

Made in America out of recycled materials because we like nature.

8.5 x 6.5 inches, 96 pages

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About AllSwell
AllSwell

AllSwell is a passion project launched to encourage creativity in all its forms. It’s the brainchild of Laura Rubin, founder and creative director of the communications agency Left Left Right (LLR) Consulting.

While the world has become undeniably digital, research shows that putting pen to paper is linked to increased wellbeing, and basically a boosted brain. It is physiologically, emotionally and mentally beneficial. (For the curious, read more here.)

Born from a morning surf check with uninspiring results, Rubin decided to sit on the beach and journal instead. “Swell or no swell, all’s well.” As an inveterate scribbler and journal-keeper, Rubin wanted to invite more people to reap its benefits.

Take a moment to express yourself in an utterly private way. No “likes”, no judgments. Just you, your ideas, pen, and paper. Creativity unplugged.