Artist and author Kim Krans founded The Wild Unknown in 2007, offering her original artwork and creative masterpieces that would continue to surprise, enchant, and defy its own definition year after year. By 2012, The Wild Unknown had blossomed into a global community of seekers, tarot enthusiasts, artists, yogis, and other visionaries in search of a deeper understanding of the human experience. In 2016, The Wild Unknown Tarot Deck and Guidebook (Official Keepsake Box Set) became the first New York Times bestselling tarot deck, followed by the publication of the hugely successful The Wild Unknown Animal Spirit Deck and Guidebook earlier this year.
Now Kim Krans offers a new way to access the Wild Unknown while embarking on an odyssey of reflection, self-discovery, creative inspiration,and personal growth with THE WILD UNKNOWN JOURNAL (HarperOne; September 4, 2018;Hardcover; $21.99). Beautifully illustrated and hand-lettered throughout, every page of this stunning journal captures Kim Krans’ iconic “Wild Unknown” style, featuring lush water color imagery and elegant black-and-white line art. The hand-lettered introduction invites you into a contemplative space and explains how to use the journal and all the possibilities it offers.
THE WILD UNKNOWN JOURNAL offers simple yet powerful prompts combined with emotionally evocative art to inspire an intimate and transformative experience, with plenty of room to write, draw, and create.Designed entirely by Kim Krans, from the front cover to the end papers, this exquisite hardbound journal is a work of art for seekers searching for a deeper connection to their inner selves or a spark to unleash their wild creativity.
Kim Krans is an artist and illustrator who studied at Cooper Union in New York City. In addition to the New York Times bestselling The Wild Unknown Tarot Deck and Guidebook (Official Keepsake Box Set) and The Wild Unknown Animal Spirit Deck and Guidebook (Official Keepsake Box Set) she is the author of several children’s book, including Hello Sacred Life and ABC Dream. She lives in Portland, Oregon. More at www.thewildunknown.com.