Marjolein Delhaas "Things To Do" Today Notebook

$43.00
  • Marjolein Delhaas "Things To Do" Today Notebook

Marjolein Delhaas "Things To Do" Today Notebook

$43.00

Office must-have.
Left page for structuring your day and notes. Right page for ticking off all your achievements. Give priority to tasks by ranking the stars.

Size 29,7 × 12 cm (11.7 × 4.7 inch)
100 sheets (200 pages)
Wire-o binding
90 gsm FSC certified paper

 

“Marjolein Delhaas is a Rotterdam based graphic designer who strives to create work that is functional, but also attracts the eye. Her never-ending search for minimalism in layout, typography, paper and color results in work that can be described as raw industrial without ever losing a touch of refinement. Bold typography versus a thin elegant line.

The persistence to analyze, organize and create systems evolved in 2008 in an annual collection of pared down planners. A playground to experiment with different techniques and materials results in clear, graphic and functional everyday systems, which also serves as objects that are exquisitely beautiful.” – Pauline Egge

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Office must-have.
Left page for structuring your day and notes. Right page for ticking off all your achievements. Give priority to tasks by ranking the stars.

Size 29,7 × 12 cm (11.7 × 4.7 inch)
100 sheets (200 pages)
Wire-o binding
90 gsm FSC certified paper

 

“Marjolein Delhaas is a Rotterdam based graphic designer who strives to create work that is functional, but also attracts the eye. Her never-ending search for minimalism in layout, typography, paper and color results in work that can be described as raw industrial without ever losing a touch of refinement. Bold typography versus a thin elegant line.

The persistence to analyze, organize and create systems evolved in 2008 in an annual collection of pared down planners. A playground to experiment with different techniques and materials results in clear, graphic and functional everyday systems, which also serves as objects that are exquisitely beautiful.” – Pauline Egge