The beak bender — Personal Planner

by Matteo Morelli

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The beak bender

Matteo MorelliPersonal Planner
£14.95 excluding shipping fees

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Product details

Personal Planner - Product details

Our two planners for 2019 comprise weekly, monthly and yearly overviews spanning the period from January 2019 - December 2019. In addition to this, our daily reflection journals provide motivational guidance and space for self-assessment. The smooth, flexible cardboard cover is printed with a design. Complete with lined pages for note-taking.

Content 168 pages
Format A5
Material 280 g/m² flexible cardboard cover; 90 g/m² white paper
Binding Thermal binding
Print Type Digital printing
Language English

Made to order and printed in Europe at the highest quality standards.

Product details

Our two planners for 2019 comprise weekly, monthly and yearly overviews spanning the period from January 2019 - December 2019. In addition to this, our daily reflection journals provide motivational guidance and space for self-assessment. The smooth, flexible cardboard cover is printed with a design. Complete with lined pages for note-taking.

Featuring weekly, monthly and yearly calendars.
Our Daily Reflection Journals contain to-do lists and space for reflection and personal development.
In our standard personal planners, there is space for note-taking on the right-hand side of each weekly overview.

About the artist

Matteo Morelli

What happens when graphic design meets antique engravings? I try to give an answer.

Matteo Morelli

The book-loving designer and illustrator Matteo Morelli was born in 1990. He studied Product Design as a Bachelor and Communication as a Master at the Politecnico di Milano. His background in Fine Art and Graphic Design is combined in surreal, traditionalist illustrations are restorations and interpretations of etchings that he has uncovered in old books, producing an aesthetic which both looks to the past and comments on it, creating an ironic take on the history of Italian art. His work has been exhibited at Milan Design Week, as well as in locations as diverse as Tokyo and Berlin, and has won national and international design awards.

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