2022 WALL PLANNER CALENDAR (PREORDER)
This item is available to pre-order while it is in production. Estimated shipping date November 2021.
2022 Wall Planner poster calendar, measuring 50 x 70 cm. Designed in conversation with our customers, the layout offers a clear overview of the year, with maximum writing space and highlighting weekends as a quick visual reference point. Printed on a tactile, heavyweight paper, with a white foil '2021' and muted grey ink, allowing you to make your own marks.
Unlike many other wall planners, we chose not to align the 1st of each month to the top of the page, as this this can make specific dates difficult to find. Instead, the Mark+Fold Wall Planner is structured around the weekends, which are aligned horizontally and highlighted by bolder lines. This serves as a quick visual cue to where the month starts, and how the days fall — so at a glance, you can see that October starts on a Friday.
This year we are collaborating with the excellent East-London picture framers FRMD, to offer Mark+Fold customers a beautiful hand-made oak frame for your Wall Planner. This can be delivered within the UK only, and it can of course be used again after 2021 is over for future wall planners or other artwork.
Litho printed and hot-foiled in London UK, the Wall Planner is printed on 175gsm FSC-certified paper, milled in Cumbria.
As standard, your unframed Wall Planner will be sent carefully rolled in a poster tube, for efficient shipping via Royal Mail. If you would prefer for your poster not to be rolled, there is the option to request a courier delivery at checkout and your poster will arrive flat, in a large stiff envelope. Framed planners will be sent by courier.
MF072 / Limited edition of 200, designed in London, printed in London, UK.
|FORMAT||B2 (500 x 700mm / 19.7" x 27.6"), poster|
Year overview, with months as vertical columns and a small space for each 'day.' Weekends align horizontally.
175gsm Mist, milled in Cumbria.
All papers FSC-certified.
|HOW IT'S MADE||
Lithographic printing and hot-foil stamping.