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Keep track of your schedule all year while enjoying Johanna Basford’s whimsical and intricate designs in this 2023 Weekly Coloring Planner.
This weekly planner contains a selection of Basford’s signature entrancing illustrations. Color in the designs, or leave them as is, while staying organized throughout the year.
7 1/2" x 8 1/2" (15" x 8 1/2" open)
Gold-foil accented softcover
Printed on FSC-certified paper with soy-based ink
High-quality paper stock specially selected by the artist
Removable product info band
Calendar lays flat when open
Spacious weekly spreads from January-December 2023
Generous grid space for notes, appointments, and reminders
Planning spread for 2024
Year-at-a-glance pages for 2022 and 2024
Extra pages for notes and more
Detailed illustrations throughout from one of Johanna's eight best-selling books—How to Draw Inky Wonderlands, World of Flowers, Ivy and the Inky Butterfly, Magical Jungle, Johanna's Christmas, Lost Ocean, Enchanted Forest, and Secret Garden
About the Author
I'm on a mission to inspire the world to be creative!
Tumble down the rabbit hole and find yourself in my inky black and white Wonderland. . . . I'm an illustrator and ink evangelist who prefers pens and pencils to pixels. I create intricate, hand drawn illustrations that adorn colouring books, coffee cups, trainers, walls, beer bottles and even walls!
My creativity is cultivated by a curious imagination and a delight in the fantastic. Much of my work has roots in the flora and fauna that surrounded me growing up on my parent's fish farm in rural Scotland.
Every piece I create starts life as a simple pencil sketch, evolving into a rambling pen and ink drawing usually spanning several sheets of paper. I love the tactile nature of the materials I use and the joy of smudgy fingerprints. My delicate hand inked designs intend to charm and delight, inviting you to peer closer and discover the hidden intricacies.
For me, computer generated graphics can feel cold and soulless whereas hand drawing captures a sense of energy and character which no pixel can ever replicate. I'm on a mission to vanquish the vector and champion the (wobbly) hand drawn line.