04.01.11 by Jeff

Julie Joliat

“Agenda 2011” by Swiss designer Julie Joliat. It contains more than 50 connect-the-dot puzzles revealing famous art pieces, and a whole slew of other useful things like a wine chart. I want one.

agenda 2011 swiss designer julie joliat

agenda 2011 swiss designer julie joliat

agenda 2011 swiss designer julie joliat

agenda 2011 swiss designer julie joliat

agenda 2011 swiss designer julie joliat

agenda 2011 swiss designer julie joliat

agenda 2011 swiss designer julie joliat

Agenda 2011 by Julie Joliat

via: swissmiss













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Catherine

    this may be the only time i regret having a moleskine agenda already

  • Vanessa

    Noo i already have my 2011 agenda too 🙁

  • Juliet

    don’t care that I have my agenda already, i’m ordering one anyway

  • I need one..

  • Even though I already have a 2011 calendar, and even though any surplus is immoral, I am going to get one of these.

  • This is a nice little idea, something to keep you interested throughout the day and keeps you on track with your diary. I’m terrible with checking calendars and diaries, I have to put alarms on my phone all the time, but knowing I have something to unveil on each page would probably keep me on track. I love the yellow edges too, nice little touch.

  • John Doyle

    where can i get this!?





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