Created to inspire free thinking, norm-breaking, activism, Denik gathers artists from across the globe and puts their work on notebooks, journals, and sketchbooks. Then, with every product sold, a portion of the proceeds goes directly to build schools (this year in Laos). Denik also sends a royalty payment back to the artists for their support.

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The Denik brand began with a few college guys at Utah State University, and has blossomed from a grassroots street team of book-slingers to a grassroots, artsy-ecletic bunch. Now slinging books to customers, corporations, and clients across the globe.

They believe that the art of a high-schooler in Houston, or a professional artist in Brazil can be printed on one of their books and be used to impact generations.

They've been featured on The New York TimesMTV.comThe Huffington PostGood Morning America LiveTOMS MarketplaceGlamour MagazineNordstrom, and Salt Lake Magazine.

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