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Harlem Design Co.

Elegant, Gold-Edge Journals

300 lined pages with gilded page edges

Soft vegan leather covers with gold foil

illustrations inspired by the Harlem Renaissance

This is a product image of the Harlem Design Co Josephine journal in Red and Gold.  This image has the product information sleeve on the outside.This is a close-up image of the gold detail and illustration on the Josephine red and gold journal
This is a product image of the Harlem Design Co Josephine journal in Cream and Gold.  This image has the product information sleeve on the outside.This is a close up image of the gold detail on the journal.
This is a product image of the Harlem Design Co Renaissance journal in Black and Gold.  This image has the product information sleeve on the outside.This is an image of the inside front cover of the Harlem, renaissance, inspired, black and gold journal.
This is a product image of the Harlem Design Co “A Nightclub Map of Harlem” journal in Blue and Gold.  This image has the product information sleeve on the outside.Close-up image of the night club map of Harlem, blue and Gold, journal illustrated by E. Simms Campbell
Save $ 10.00This is a group shot of all four of the Harlem Renaissance inspired journals. The white sleeve with product information is on each of these journals.This is a group shot of all four journals stacked on top of each other
Collection of Harlem Design Co Journals (All 4) Sale price$ 142.00 Regular price$ 152.00

"Josephine"

Original illustration featuring the legendary Josephine Baker dressed in the banana skirt for her infamous "danse sauvage," her pet cheetah, Chiquita. and sheet music from a song called "J'ai Deux Amours," in which she hid secret information while traveling throughout Europe working as a spy for the French Resistance during World War II.

"Ode to the Rennaissance"

Immerse yourself in the vibrancy of an era that defined art, music, and literature, featuring original illustrations of Duke Ellington on the piano, Billie Holiday, Dizzy Gillespie on the trumpet, Josephine Baker, Langston Hughes, dancers from the Savoy Ballroom, and more.

"Nightclub Map"

Featuring the iconic “Nightclub Map of Harlem” illustration by E. Simms Campbell from 1932, which portrays the speakeasies, nightclubs and musicians who were the shining lights during the Harlem Renaissance in the 1920s and 1930s.