Bodies Parts Yearless Planner
Bodies Parts Yearless Planner
$28.00

Ferme à Papier

Bodies Parts Yearless Planner

Because planning starts whenever you want it to. Portable, functional, and with a beautiful foil body parts cover, this yearless planner allows you to write in your own dates for use whenever you please. Featuring 130 pages broken down by year, month, and week, with additional blank and graph pages for notes. Made from 100-percent recycled, post-consumer waste, and chlorine-free paper.

From San Francisco-based artist, Cat Seto, the Body Parts Yearless Planner is part of the Year of the Woman collection which celebrates the female form and the souls that populate it.

  • 130 pages of 100% recycled PCW chlorine-free paper.
  • Organized by year, month, and week in review.
  • Additional blank and graph pages for notes.
  • Soft cover with foil accents.
  • Dimensions: 8" x 5"

The Year of the Woman collection celebrates women helping women against discrimination, abuse and violence. A portion of proceeds from the collection go towards Saving Faces SF and other women's advocacy organizations.

FERME À PAPIER
san francisco, Ca.

Cat Seto is a San Francisco-based artist, author and founder/creative director of Ferme à Papier. The collection was inspired when she visited Paris for the first time and was overtaken by the intimate architecture, chic Parisians donning plaid and visits to bio-dynamic farms in the countryside.

DETAILS

  • 130 pages of 100% recycled PCW chlorine-free paper.
  • Organized by year, month, and week in review.
  • Additional blank and graph pages for notes.
  • Soft cover with foil accents.
  • Dimensions: 8" x 5"

ABOUT THE COLLECTION

The Year of the Woman collection celebrates women helping women against discrimination, abuse and violence. A portion of proceeds from the collection go towards Saving Faces SF and other women's advocacy organizations.

ABOUT THE ARTIST

FERME À PAPIER
san francisco, Ca.

Cat Seto is a San Francisco-based artist, author and founder/creative director of Ferme à Papier. The collection was inspired when she visited Paris for the first time and was overtaken by the intimate architecture, chic Parisians donning plaid and visits to bio-dynamic farms in the countryside.

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