Foldedsheet

All of our education pack recipients, ‘Fourbirdsaboating Friends‘ and main sponsors will receive a double sided ‘Foldedsheet‘ especially designed for each ocean expedition.

Each of our children's projects, corporate sponsors, and Fourbirdsaboating Friends will receive their very own Fourbirdsaboating Foldedsheet to track the journey on.

Each of our children’s projects, corporate sponsors, and Fourbirdsaboating Friends will receive their very own Fourbirdsaboating Foldedsheet to track the journey on.

Since 2004, Foldedsheet has developed, designed and produced innovative and bespoke publications that visually ‘map’ information.

In the digital age our range of paper based planning tools and mappazines offer an alternative medium for presenting and documenting data, knowledge, thoughts, ideas, facts, figures and stories. The foldedsheet publications provide a unique visual overview. The presentation of information on one large sheet gives the mind an opportunity to wander. This format promotes new discoveries and connections, without the reliance on memory that page turning or scrolling demands.

The Fourbirdsaboating Foldedsheet is being designed in collaboration with artist Luce Choules, and Artistic Director Helen Pateman. The Fourbirdsaboating Foldedsheet will include maps of the journey and places we visit en route, fun doodles, sponsorship logos, spaces to stick postcards sent from the team whilst on expedition, and feature boxes and games linked to the flora, fauna and STEM challenges.

The Fourbirdsaboating Foldedsheet will feature many of the species seen by the team whilst at sea, as well as information on places the team will visit on their travels.

The Fourbirdsaboating Foldedsheet will feature many of the species seen by the team whilst at sea, as well as information on places the team will visit on their travels.

Meet Fourbirdsaboating and Foldedsheet at the Royal Geographical Society

If you would like to find out more about Fourbirdsaboating or Foldedsheet, then come along the Explore expedition and fieldwork planning weekend at the Royal Geographical Society in November 2013.  There is a designated section at the event called ‘communicating your discoveries’ and there you will find lots of inspiration and advice on bringing your expedition alive.

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