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Visualise your way to success. Keep your end goal in mind. How will it look like on a flipchart? What will people be saying when they look at it? Choose your marker pens, colour palette, paper size - be bold - make your mark.

  • Neuland Markers in Singapore
    Markers
  • Neuland Refill Ink in Singapore
    Refill Ink
  • Paper products for facilitators in Singapore
    Workshop Cards
  • Whiteboards and Flipcharts for facilitators in Singapore
    Whiteboards
  • Business solution models in Singapore
    Experiential Tools
  • Books for graphic facilitators in Singapore
    Literature
  • Mindful Unravelled colouring posters
    Colouring Posters


Sell your ideas like an artist. Choose your marker to fit your drawing style.

Neuland colours for Big One marker
Neuland Big One Marker
description

The Neuland Big One marker pen is for bold and big scale drawing with the extra wide edge nib. Your lines can be from 6-12 mm in width making it truly versatile and allowing you to colour in large areas easily. The marker is filled with water based odourless ink and is easily refillable.

Neuland colours for Big One marker
prices

  • Individual choose from 38 vibrant colours: $ 8.10

  • T7 Set of 13: $ 99.20

  • T5 Set of 13: $ 99.20

  • T6 Set of 13: $ 99.20

  • T1 Set of 4: $ 31.50

  • Empty for your own mix: $ 7.10

Neuland Number One marker
description

The Neuland Number One marker pen is for facilitators and creatives to brighten up their workshops. The wedge nib has a line width from 2-6 mm and also exists as a brush nib with line widths of 0.5-7 mm. The marker is filled with water based odourless ink and is easily refillable.

Neuland Colours for number one marker
options

  • Individual choose from 38 vibrant colours: $ 3.70

  • M7 Set of 13 colours: $ 40.80

  • M5 Set of 13 colours: $ 40.80

  • M6 Set of 13 colours: $ 40.80

  • M2 Set of 10 markers: $ 31.50

  • Empty For your own mix: $ 3.00

Neuland number one art Marker
description

This N° One® marker with a brush nib is for creating uniquely dramatic artistic line. The marker is filled with water based odourless ink and is easily refillable. It is available in 38 vibrant colours. Line width 0.5-7 mm.

Neuland colours for number one art marker
options

  • Individual choose from 38 vibrant colours: $ 4.90

  • A7 set of 13: $ 59.50

  • A5 set of 13: $ 59.50

  • A6 set of 13: $ 59.50

  • Empty: $ 4.00

Neuland Whiteboard Marker
description

The Neuland Number One Whiteboard marker is for facilitators and creatives to brighten up their workshops. The wedge nib has a line width from 2-6 mm and also exists as a brush nib with line widths of 0.5-7 mm. The marker is easily refillable.

Neuland colours for whiteboard marker
options

  • Individual choose from 38 vibrant colours: $ 6.00

  • Colour Set WK Wedge Nib Set of 13 colours: $ 58.30

  • Colour Set Round Nib Set of 13 colours: $ 58.30

Neuland Fine One marker
description

The Neuland Fine One marker pen is perfect for small formats. It is ideal for taking Sketchnotes and has a round nib 0.8mm line and also in a brush nib which creates line widths of 0.5-5 mm. The marker is filled with water based odourless ink and is easily refillable.

Neuland colours for fine one marker
options

  • F5 Fineliner set of 13: $ 31.50

  • F6 Fineliner set of 13: $ 31.50

  • F1 Fineliner set of 5: $ 13.30

  • B7 Artmarker set of 13: $ 35.00

  • B5 Artmarker set of 13: $ 35.00

  • B6 Artmarker set of 13: $ 35.00

  • B1 Artmarker set of 5: $ 17.50

Neuland Fine One marker
description

The kit includes the following items:
1 PocketOne
1 No.One Outliner wedge nib
1 SketchOne 0.3
1 BigOne Orange (600)
1 White Board Market (300)
1 Art Marker (102)
1 FineOne (303)

The starter kit is sold at $ 35 on the store.

Neuland RefillOne Ink bottle
description

Water-based and odourless ink to refuel your Neuland markers.

Each Refill bottle can fill up to:
22 Neuland Number One markers or
11 Neuland Big One markers.

Neuland RefillOne Ink colours
prices

  • Individual choose from 38 vibrant colours: $ 16.00

  • R7 Set of 13 colours: $ 166.10

  • R5 Set of 13 colours: $ 168.00

  • R6 Set of 13 colours: $ 166.10

  • R1 Set of 4 colours: $ 52.55

  • Outliner Permanent black: $ 19.25

Neuland Refill Station
description

The box will serve to create a place to easily refill your dried out markers correctly. Holds up to 4 NoOne and 3 Neuland BigOne markers.
Material: brown cardboard with two-colored print.

click on the box for a step by step instruction to refill your markers


Make your ideas sticky. Animate your conversations using different shapes and type of stickies.

Stick-it man
description

Make your workshops more interactive and impactful with these fun stick-it stickers.

Comes in different shapes and colours.

Stick-it shapes
prices

Stick-it comes in 100 pieces in single colour: whithe, red, blue, green, yellow, orange.

  • People: $ 16.05

  • Statement: $ 14.90

  • Bubble: $ 12.15

  • Leaf: $ 10.10

Stick-it man
description

Make your workshops more interactive and impactful with these fun Pin-it cards.

Pin-it shapes
prices

Pin-it comes in 120 pieces in mix colours: 20 whithe, 20 red, 20 blue, 20 green, 20 yellow, 20 orange.

  • People: $ 12.60

Watch this space, we are lining up exciting new products.
Watch this space, we are lining up exciting new products.
Pictures work like a language. In visual facilitation pictures help build bridges and create understanding.
Bikablo 1 book
description

Bikablo 1 introduces you to the world of pictures and can be used as reference material or simply as a source of inspiration.

Bikablo 1 book preview
content

This book covers 6 areas over 131 pages:

  • Script and graphics

  • Objects

  • Symbols

  • Figures

  • Situations

  • Picture worlds




    in-store now!    

Bikablo 2 book
description

Building on a strong base of Bikablo 1, Bikablo 2 takes visualisation to the next level.

You will find even more specialized pictures and poster templates for organizational issues ranging from personnel, individual personality, organisational development, strategic planning, project management, marketing and the general economy.

Bikablo 2 book preview
content

This book covers 4 sections over 134 pages:

  • Tools for visual facilitation: Text borders, symbols, figures, poster templates

  • Visual tools for workshop and meetings

  • Visual tools for team and projects

  • Visual tools for company and markets



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Bikablo emotions book
description

Little figures with big feelings: make emotions come to life with Bikablo emotions.

Bikablo 2 book preview
content

This book covers 4 sections over 83 pages:

  • Symbols representing emotions

  • Figures showing positive and negative emotions

  • Emotional needs

  • Emotional situations





    in-store now!    

Taking mindful breaks allows us to get more centered and to respond thoughtfully rather than reacting automatically to our environment. With this in mind, Jaya Machet, Executive coach who works extensively with busy executives designed a tool to help them pause.

The tool comes in a pack of 5 large A2 size posters and focuses on 5 mindful qualities which we found were most challenging for people to cultivate.

Neuland RefillOne Ink bottle
description

The capacity to see life with an increasingly fresh and open perspective - Colour with Beginner’s Mind.

Neuland RefillOne Ink bottle
description

The capacity to think with greater balance and breadth - Colour with Non Judging.

Neuland RefillOne Ink bottle
description

To have greater clarity and focus on what is here and now and reduce mental distractions - Colour with Letting Go.

Neuland RefillOne Ink bottle
description

The wisdom to see 'what is’ and adapt to change with greater agility - Colour with Acceptance.

Neuland RefillOne Ink bottle
description

the capacity to be truly with life’s ups and downs with great calm and clarity - Colour with Patience.

Neuland RefillOne Ink bottle
More than a colouring book

All Lined Up is proud to provide this tool for facilitators. It can be used either in individual coaching or in a group. The participants will be able to practice mindfulness while colouring and also be more aware of how they are cultivating the chosen quality and what is going on for them in that moment.

We have experienced the power of practicing mindful colouring in a group. The sense of community is very strong and the debrief session provides rich insights and raises self-awareness as it reveals clearly our personality and the challenges that may bring, making it an amazing group activity.

Please click on this link for more detailed instructions

rental service
boards

We have selected the best selling boards from Neuland that will meet your workshop needs.
The boards provide exceptional mobility, flexibility and are quick to setup without compromising on stability. These boards allow you to work on both sides giving you ample surface to visualize and share your ideas.
The materials used in the manufacture of the boards are carefully selected on the basis of global sustainability.

workshop cards

Make your workshops lively and engaging using workshop cards. Workshop cards allow an innovative process and an opportunity for everyone to be heard.

We put together a pack consisting of a selection of different shapes of workshop cards.

We can also help you learn how to use them effectively using Moderation techniques.

markers

Rent high quality drawing tools to create unique visuals for your workshops.

We rent the markers in sets: NoOne (M5 & M6) & BigOne markers (T5 & T6).

This provides you an opportunity to try out Neuland markers.

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Using your own boards allows you to convert any space into the perfect space for your event and create the right ambiance, giving you the flexibility to make the most of not perfect rooms. We have selected 2 types of boards:

Pinboard             Available now!    

Neuland pinboard available in singapore for rental
EuroPin Pinboard

Neuland’s bestselling premium foldable pinboard, is extremely portable for both your local and overseas workshops. Assembled without tools. It can be used on both sides and the felt surface allows you to pin workshop cards or cover the surface with paper and draw/write directly on the paper. Working surface: W 118.5 x H 146 cm. Weight: 7.5 kg.


Neuland pinboard available in singapore for rental

GraphicWall       Available now!    

Neuland GraphicWall available in singapore for rental
GraphicWall V3

Are you ready to go "WIDE"?
Used for graphic facilitation, graphic recording, brainstorming, mindmapping and any other event where you need large horizontal workspaces.

Neuland’s first GraphicWall was produced in 2004 and is the latest GraphicWall released in April 2017, in its 3rd version incorporating all the design innovation from the team in Eichenzell. The board design allows the elements to be attached together to create a sturdy and smooth landscape working surface.

The V3 folds in on itself to transform into a highly portable size, thanks to a specially designed hinge that also making it extremely stable when unfolded. Setting up is hassle-free and fast due to its sophisticated folding technology and mobile center leg which is height-adjustble to 3 different positions catering to diverse needs.

The V3 walls working surface stretch to 2.45 m and offers the ability to use both sides of the board for greater efficiency and unbeatable advantage.

All prices are in SGD 1 day 2 days 3 days 4 days 5 days Deposit
Pinboard EuroPin $ 45 $ 85 $ 115 $ 140 $ 160 $ 500
GraphicWall V3 $ 120 $ 200 $ 250 $ 300 $ 350 $ 500


how to rent
Choose your bundle
& Check availability
On-line payment
& deposit
Pickup your kit Return the kit
after your workshop
Release of deposit

Talk to us so we can advise you on what would be most suitable for your event. No more shaky flip charts or compressed foam boards, you will find your work will be much more enjoyable and less stressful in addition to enhancing your professional image.

The equipment is available for pickup earliest after 8pm the day before rental and it will be packed for easy transportation. Return will be by latest 7pm on the last rental day. We will take a deposit and will finalise the invoice upon receipt of the equipment on time, clean and undamaged (properly packed in the same way as you received them).

Terms & Conditions...
Hire

Rental pricing is based on consecutive rental days and cannot be applied on separate alternative dates.
Reservations will be effective upon acceptance of the terms & conditions of the hirer via e-mail and full payment.
Please note the board rental does not include transportation charges. All Lined Up can arrange for transportation if needed.

Handling

The Hirer is solely responsible for the boards used for its intended purpose throughout the usage period.
Any possible defects of the boards shall be checked & acknowledged by All Lined Up and the Hirer before commencement of the hire.
The Hirer is required to review and handle boards hired from All Lined Up with proper care in accordance with operational instructions provided by us.
The Hirer must ensure that they do not damage the boards due to improper usage.
Any delay/cost arising from damages and loss of boards hired caused by the Hirer’s negligence shall be borne by the Hirer. The boards should also be returned in clean and working condition after usage.

Delivery time

The boards are available for pickup earliest after 8pm the day before rental and it will be packed for easy transportation.
Return must be made by latest 7pm on the last rental day.
If you need the boards earlier additional charges will apply.

workshops

We started the day with Images of Organisation and cartoon imaging works well to break the ice. It helps the participants to articulate what is going on in their life. Also helps young people who may lack confidence to open up in a group amongst their seniors. Imagery can be used as a tool to get feedback as the Images of Organisations deck allows the users to go from negative to positive imagery. Also from imagery you can move to storytelling much easily. With the help of the images the participants were able to speak freely and frankly about where they were now and where they wanted to go.

The second activity Workstation cards were distributed to each participant. They were instructed to not show them to anyone but to communicate with the others to solve a problem. The aim of this activity was to solve a problem with limited information. It reinforced the importance of collaboration and co-operation.

The design tool Colourblind had the participants thoroughly involved – even those who were just observing. Those participating were blindfolded and the importance of clear and concise communication was rammed home in a fun and friendly way. Geoff used the Action replay app on his iPad to create a map of

how the interaction and communication flowed between the participants. Later this information could be used to point out the starters and finishers in the group and how they communicated.

Graham explained Kolb’s experiential learning cycle. Effective learning happens when a person progresses through a cycle of four stages;

  • Have a concrete experience
  • Notice, observe and reflect on that experience
  • Understand and come to a conclusion
  • Test and apply the learning

Simbols was another tool where participants using verbal communication had to solve the problem which had only one answer and once chance to solve. This tool highlighted different cultural references and language styles making it an excellent exercise.

Sequencer: the acitivity with planks highlighted the importance of learning and unlearning to achieve something. It showed the dymanmics of the group – which genders tries first, who watches, who joins, who joins in when success is guaranteed etc. The participants struggled to complete it within the given time. Interestingly when

a tea break was announced some of the participants went back to Sequencer and solved it. This demonstrated the importance of stepping abck to see the problem with fresh eyes.
The participants had fun trying out Team Balance a team building problem solving activity.

The Minefield activity is a collaboration and negotiation problem solving activity where the participants were divided into 4 groups. They had to compete against each other to spend as little as possible of a given budget to win a bonus, but winning this bonus needed collaboration and risk management skills. This experiential activity helps to show the level of trust in an organisation, how a group exchanges information in a work situation. Watching the shift from competition to collaboration is interesting.

This experiential learning workshop was an intensive full day experience. The participants were fully engrossed an engaged trying out the bestselling experiential learning tools designed by RSVP Design.

who we are
experience

A specialist in leadership coaching and facilitation. Jaya is passionate about people. Jaya's coaching and facilitation expertise builds on a strong foundation of over 20 years in senior management positions in a multinational company, in Europe and Asia.

Jaya designs and delivers people development programs globally. She believes in the power of experiential learning which allows for deep individual and collective learning. She also enjoys facilitating groups to ensure effective exchange of ideas and experiences to enhance business results and communication.

why all lined up

All Lined Up is a one stop shop based in Singapore, selling throughout Asia for leaders, facilitators and coaches.

Our products and solutions are designed to bring communication to a new visual level. Ideal to boost your creativity and projects.

We provide tools to facilitate communication with templates to achieve the best outcome and a toolkit for team work, strategic visioning, organization change and brainstorming making interactions more meaningful, inspiring and fun.

interests

We are interested and always on the look out for high quality, innovative and niche products to spur creativity and help you have more impact in your work.

Markers and other writing instruments remain simple tools which despite advancement in technology will never become obsolete. Our products are appreciated for their beauty and functionality.

Jaya uses her trainings as a laboratory in which to test out the products we sell on All Lined Up. Ensuring that we offer you what we consider to be the best.

All Lined Up is ...

about finding tools for meaningful conversations. Our vision is to help individuals and teams to become more self-aware and connect with each other in a meaningful way. We provide the tools and the training to allow this to happen. We believe that in this digital age, the art of conversation is being lost, and we are doing our little bit to help this cause. These conversations may be in the form of RSVP games, Bikablo sharing of ideas through pictures using Neuland gear, brainstorming using Neuland moderation cards, The School of life games or our colouring posters to develop mindful qualities. We believe that this can create a ripple effect and have an impact on personal relationships and help humanise the workplace.

How did all these products become part of All Lined Up’s toolkit?

Neuland

I first started with Neuland, the privately held German company run by Guido Neuland, which produces environmentally friendly markers, moderation cards, boards and many other products, which enable people to communicate visually. Going back to basics, in the form of paper and pens away from Powerpoint – makes the exchange visual and playful as drawing pens remind us of our childhood and the carefree time we spent drawing or doodling as kids. Moderation cards enable brainstorming and allow everyone to be heard and still manage meetings efficiently.

Bikablo akademie

the privately held German company founded by Martin Haussmann came next after seeing their products through Neuland. bikablo’s mantra, learning to visualise without needing previous drawing skills was music to my ears. In my trainings, I could see the positive impact my flipcharts, however badly drawn, had on the participants. I was very impressed by the way bikablo akademie method which has fine-tuned over 10 years is a universally applicable visual language that anyone can learn and use immediately.

RSVP Design

the privately held Scottish company run by Graham Cook & Associates, has developed experiential learning tools that I had used over the years. My first exposure to RSVP Design was colour blind which I still love. The ‘aha moments’ that these activities create for the participants never ceased to amaze me. I truly believe in the power of experiential learning as to this day, I remember some of the learnings I had on experiential programs nearly 20 years ago.

The School of Life

the privately held company headquartered in the UK and operating around the world was founded by the philosopher Alain de Botton. The School of Life is devoted to developing emotional intelligence. They address issues as how to find fulfilling work, how to master the art of relationships, how to understand one's past, how to achieve calm, and how better to understand and, where necessary change, the world.

sustainibility

sustainability is embedded in the design of all Neuland products.
They have the following caracteristics:

  • all plastic parts are made of polypropylene and are recyclable
  • all plastic components contain 40% recycled material
  • all products are free of heavy metals
  • both ink and plastic material comply with Euro norm EN71-3
  • all caps meet the requirement of ISO 11540
  • all pens are refillable
  • none of the ink contains any toxic solvents like toluene or Xylene
  • during production, heat is recovered and water is saved in the cooling circuit
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our stories...
All lined up our stories Why colouring books build mindfulness?

What prompted the sales of colouring books in U.S. to jump from 1 to 12 million units last year? (Nielsen data). How come 5 of the top 10 best-selling books in the United States were adult colouring books in 2015? And this trend is not limited to just the U.S., it can be seen globally from South America to Asia, with book stores carrying a wide selection of colouring books. In May 2016, Faber-Castell, the world’s biggest wooden pencil manufacturer, said that they are experiencing double digit growth due to the popularity of adult colouring books.

In a nutshell, this pastime which used to be seen as exclusively a child’s activity, is now evolving in to a major draw for adults. This is because it is proving to be a highly effective way to de-stress and get the creative juices going. Even more intriguing though, is that this form of colouring cultivates, with a little guidance; clarity, focus and mindfulness. This is partly because when we are engaged in relaxing tasks like colouring, which require gentle attention and focus yet little rational thought, we begin to access a deeper and greater personal wisdom. John Kounios a psychologist who studies creativity and distraction told WIRED, “you become less aware of your environment and more aware of your internal thoughts.”

Adult colouring, it seems, can lead to greater self-awareness, break through thinking, more clarity and focus, more capacity to pay attention and it regulates the nervous system leaving one with a deeper sense of calm and well-being.

The World Health Organisation predicts that work related stress, burnout and depression will be among the world’s most prevalent diseases in 2020. It is for

this reason, some of Australia’s biggest companies, such as ANZ, BUPA, Amaysim & Wesfarmers are now leading the way in buying colouring books, in bulk, to help their staff manage stress and better deal with the modern workplace.

ANZ’s head of human resources for global markets and loans, Kerrie Harris, told The Sydney Morning Herald, “The

colouring book is a great way to de-stress and clear my mind when I find I’m getting distracted or need clarity.” she said. “Even 30 seconds of colouring makes me feel relaxed and ready to conquer the next conversation or task.”

For the nostalgic among us, there is something reminiscent of the good old day, when we go back to basics and use a pencil and paper in contrast to the glare of the computer screen. Ms. Basford, whose colouring books for grown-ups have sold some 16 million copies worldwide, including three million in China alone, told the Sunday Telegraph: “People like colouring-in because they are fed up with digital.”

Smartphones can affect our brains and bodies in ways that are harder to measure and a growing body of research shows that exposure to bright blue light of tablets and smartphones can disrupt a person’s circadian sleep rhythm also providing another reason to use paper based tools.

ABOUT: Jaya Machet, Executive Coach incorporates mindfulness in her coaching work with clients.

Whilst initially skeptical, she turned to become an advocate of the colouring book trend when she discovered the intriguing effect it was having on her clients. She noticed therapeutic benefits on people’s health and wellbing and most of all how it was helping to cultivate mindfulness. Jaya was inspired to create a set of 5 unique colouring posters as an innovative way to help her clients develop the qualities they were most interested in: open mindedness, balanced judgement, letting go, acceptance of what is and patience.

Working with a textile designer Myriam Combier, the posters specifically focus on enhancing these five mindful qualities. Added benefits of the colouring posters is the reduction in stress individuals experience. With teams, Jaya also notices when colleagues engage in colouring the posters together, there is a bonding effect and conversations are sparked off around an appreciation of one another’s style and approach resulting in greater connection and trust between co-workers.

7 of the top 30 titles on Amazon’s 2015 best-seller list are adult colouring books, that’s nearly a quarter of the best-seller list. There is plenty of research showing that engaging in creative activity helps people deal better with stress and that helps them in their personal life and they perform better at work. There are strong views about whether colouring can be considered to be a ‘real’ creative activity. Nonetheless people who colour certainly see the activity as relaxing and stress-relieving.

In our busy lives we often don’t make time for ourselves and can find it hard to relax and recharge. Mindful colouring gives us an opportunity to pause and take stock of what’s going on inside ourselves.

When we observe our thoughts, what we see depends on - what we pay attention to.

We have designed five colouring experiences which will allow you to practice and develop five different ways of being. These five qualities have been carefully selected based on our experience of what executives find most challenging to cultivate.

Gentle attention to the colouring will strengthen your ability to bring these attitudes in your day to day life, generating long term well-being and happiness.

Myriam Combier’s experience of textile design has enabled us to create a textured and detailed feel for five mindful qualities:

Beginner's Mind: the capacity to see life with an increasingly fresh and open perspective - Colour with Beginner’s Mind

Non Judging: the capacity to think with greater balance and breadth - Colour with Non Judging

Letting Go: to have greater clarity and focus on what is here and now and reduce mental distractions - Colour with Letting Go

Acceptance: the wisdom to see 'what is’ and adapt to change with greater agility - Colour with Acceptance

Patience: the capacity to be truly with life’s ups and downs with great calm and clarity - Colour with Patience

Ready to begin your adventure – keep the quality in mind - Breathe...

All lined up our stories sustainibility if not now when?

To quote Gandhi “Be the change you want to see in the world” – each one of us has to think about what we are consuming and how we can reuse more. Growing up in India, we didn’t have plastic bags only paper bags which served us very well. We sold all our old newspapers which were then reused and much to our delight, old exam papers often popped up in the paper cones that the peanut seller filled with peanuts. It felt as if nothing was thrown away and could be reused, today of course India has changed too.

It is in the oceans that all our non-biodegradable waste ends up. This waste is mainly plastic, more than 250,000 tons of it. The ocean now contains 6 times more plastic than plankton and this plastic doesn’t go away – it just breaks up into smaller pieces. It threatens our marine life and causes damage throughout the food change.

Oceans are the lifeblood of our planet. They cover 70% of the earth’s surface and contain 97% of our water supply.

We need to improve the use of plastic and reuse more.

If not now – then when?