Being a playful and spontaneous planner may seem rather contradictory, but Julie Joliat has created an agenda that encourages both. A playful scheduler, it features over 50 connect-the-dots puzzle games on every other page.
Yet Julie Joliat didn't just choose random shapes and forms for people to draw. Instead, her 2011 agendas cleverly use famous artwork from artists such as Jan van Eyck, Damien Hirst and Andy Warhol. She even finishes each puzzle with a connect-the-dots signature at the bottom.
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