Chris Duncan on a Budget

And as I’m fairly certain I couldn’t actually afford a piece of Chris Duncan’s work, I’m considering as a proxy this planner from Little Otsu.

It's filled with Duncan's drawings and stitch work, and honestly I’d probably buy it for the gorgeous cover alone, but it’s chock full of other benefits as well, such as:
  • Printed with soy-based inks on 100% post-consumer recycled paper

  • Includes a year and a half of dateless months and corresponding notes pages (instead of your usual skimpy 12 months)

And last but not least, it has an awfully brilliant title:

“Little Otsu Presents A Book to Help You Plan and Organize Your Life for the Next 18 Months Starting Now! or Later or Whenever You Want. By Chris Duncan”

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