Line-A-Day 5 Year Diary, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Record Book
The five-year diary functions like a time capsule; each page has a month and day at the top and five spaces to jot down a line about what happened on that day over a five-year period (the diary is not year-specific and can be started at any time). Drawing from highlights of the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s world-class collections, this five-year diary features an inspiring work of art on every page, identified with a brief caption. Selected with holidays, seasons and rhythms of the year in mind, these pieces represent the vast traditions and eras of creative output housed under the Museum’s roof.
The five-year, one-sentence diary has been an established journalling trend for the past several years, and the practice of writing just one sentence a day has been recommended as an easy way to track your mood, capture memories and gain perspective Journal has exquisite production values (foil stamped cover and spine, textured cover stock, ribbon marker) and each page features a painting or object from the collections at the Metropolitan Museum of Art
The format makes a wonderful milestone gift for a birthday, graduation, retirement, and more
The Metropolitan Museum of Art is the largest museum in the Western Hemisphere and the world’s most encyclopedic art museum. Founded in 1870, its permanent collection, housed in 17 curatorial departments, comprises more than two million works of art spanning 5,000 years of world culture, from pre-history to the present, from every part of the globe, in all artistic media, and at the highest levels of creative excellence.
368 pages, 366 colour illustrations