2019 Planner by Plein Papier
125 x 180 mm
printed in Switzerland on fsc paper 80g
design plein papier
with the intervention of Léonore Baud
52 black and white photographic images
from her work: "Le Bruit des pierres"
In Plein Papier's own words...
"All the planner's structure is based from typography. The horizontal lines are stretched.
We work on the concept of frequency. That's what time is. Different frequencies.
So the grid is an evolution. The column of weeks, the column of days and the page of seasons, that is more airy. Time can go by like lightning. You're free inside.
There is an implanted structure and some things can move inside. The numbers of weeks down and the months move according to the season.
We worked closely with the photographer: Léonore Baud, to develop the concept of her images in the planner. There are 52: one a week. They are classified by density, like time's structure. They are becoming clearer. And this is their history. They are 19th century negatives. It's glass. The images fade. We only see the time's marks that as passed. It's dizzying. That was the whole aspect of Leonore Baud's work we loved. This images talk about time and time become something graphic.
And the transparent paper talks about this glass and this time always imbued with the past and the future. "