Posts Tagged with “calendar”

2015 Rationale Calendar

2015 Rationale Calendar

2015 Rationale Calendar

2015 Rationale Calendar

Sean Wol­cott of Ratio­nale designed this min­i­mal wall cal­en­dar. It comes in two ver­sion, Sans and Serif, and the dates are pre­sented in two columns with space for notes.

The spi­ral bound cal­en­dar mea­sures at 11x17”, and is printed on high-quality 100# Cougar cover stock.

You can pur­chase one here.

This Year 2014

This Year 2014

This Year 2014

Hey folks, I’m back from vacay. I hope every­one had a safe and happy holidays.

We’ll kick off the new year with This Studio’s 2014 cal­en­dar. I always look for­ward to this cal­en­dar, and this edi­tion doesn’t dis­ap­point. It’s the 7th edi­tion printed with Pan­tone 102U on 90gsm uncoated paper, size A1. Grab a copy.

Circular Calendar

Circular Calendar

Circular Calendar

Circular Calendar

The Cir­cu­lar Cal­en­dar is designed by Ger­man designer, Sören Lach­nit, and fea­tures a yel­low form in the mid­dle of the cal­en­dar that rep­re­sents the pos­si­ble sun hours fifty degrees north of the equa­tor. It also includes the phases of the moon, the sol­stices, and space for notes.

Print­ing tech­nol­ogy: Off­set print
Paper: Printed on 170g/m² silk fin­ish paper
Dimen­sions: 841 mm x 1189 mm (33.11 x 46.81 inches)

This Year 2013 Calendar

This Year Calendar

Happy New Year!

This is the 6th edi­tion of David Bennett’s won­der­ful cal­en­dar. The 2013 edi­tion is printed in black and PMS 151 on A1 sized 90gsm paper. You can pur­chase one here.

2011 Calendar Wallpapers


**Update** If you’ve down­loaded the wall­pa­pers, please down­load them again. I fixed an issue with the num­bers being misaligned.

A lot of you have been ask­ing about this year’s wall­pa­per, and I finally got around to get­ting it done. This year the full cal­en­dar is bro­ken up into 3 wall­pa­pers. Each one has 4 months and the col­ors get darker as the year pro­gresses. As expected, I went with a sim­ple design with more of a focus on the months and I’ve con­tin­ued the multi-language theme. It comes in only one size: 1920x1200. I hope you enjoy it.

Down­load the zip file with all three wallpapers.

Mash Creative 2011 Limited Edition Calendar


Mash Cre­ative have released a 2011 ver­sion of their beau­ti­ful lim­ited edi­tion ‘min­utes’ cal­en­dar, a suc­ces­sor to last years suc­cess­ful 2010 ‘sec­onds’ cal­en­dar. This one has been printed with glow in the dark ink so you can enjoy it at any time of day.

When I posted about last years ver­sion, it stirred up a small debate about the design and func­tion of the cal­en­dar, so here’s an excerpt from Mash on their thought process:

The human race seems to be obsessed with time, it’s the one thing we never seem to have enough of. The year ‘Twenty Eleven’ (2011) is made up of five hun­dred and twenty five thou­sand, six hun­dred min­utes, that’s an aver­age of around fourty three thou­sand, eight hun­dred min­utes a month. Our cal­en­dar has been designed to be a typo­graphic rep­re­sen­ta­tion of the year, each month has been bro­ken down into min­utes which have been listed below each month name. The jum­bled title text at the top of the poster con­tin­ues the theme from last years cal­en­dar and has been influ­enced by old ana­logue flip clocks. The cal­en­dar has been printed with glow in the dark ink allow­ing the design to take on a com­pletely dif­fer­ent look at night. Using the idea of side­real time (star time) the high­lighted months glow like a con­stel­la­tion of stars.

Expertly screen printed by Bob Eight Pop — each poster has been printed in white and glow in the dark ink and printed onto high qual­ity 160gsm Raven Black Kaskad. Each poster is hand num­bered and signed by the designer.

You can grab one of these beau­ties from Counter Objects.

Twenty Eleven Calendar


David Ben­nett of This Stu­dio never dis­ap­points with his cal­en­dars. He just released this hot red cal­en­dar for 2011. You can pick one up at Blanka for £20.00.

Mash Creative 2010 Calendar


Last week I received this gor­geous Lim­ited Edi­tion A1 cal­en­dar designed by Mash Cre­ative. The posters are printed 2 colour litho on 170gsm cyclus off­set with a 60% cyan shiner to achieve an extra rich black. Each poster
is hand num­bered and signed by the designer. Only 100 were printed and you can pur­chase one exclu­sively from Counter Objects.    

Dan Reisinger


Dan Reisinger is an Israeli graphic designer who’s work includes posters, cal­en­dars, logos, cor­po­rate and envi­ron­men­tal day. He’s prob­a­bly most known for his work for EL AL Air­lines, which includes a beau­ti­ful series of des­ti­na­tion posters that were designed from 1968 – 72.

I love his style and his work is prob­a­bly the only exam­ple I’ve ever seen of good design that uses Hebrew letters.

Reisinger also designed this lovely per­pet­ual cal­en­dar for MoMA in 1987.        

Limited Edition 2010 Letterpress Calendar On Sale


To cel­e­brate the launch of the new site, and my 1000 post which will hap­pen any day now, the Lim­ited Edi­tion 2010 Let­ter­press Cal­en­dar is on sale for only $30. There are only a lit­tle over 25 cal­en­dars left so grab one before they’re all gone.

The cal­en­dar mea­sures 16.5″ x 23.5″ (A2) and is printed on Crane Let­tra Flu­o­res­cent White 110# (300gsm) paper that is spe­cially devel­oped for let­ter­press printing.

Each print is num­bered and signed.

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Limited Edition 2010 Letterpress Calendar


I have a thing for well-designed cal­en­dars and let­ter­press print­ing, so this year I tried to com­bine the two into a sin­gle project.

Now avail­able to order is this Lim­ited Edi­tion 2010 Let­ter­press Cal­en­dar. The print fea­tures a cal­en­dar with the year printed in Eng­lish, Ital­ian, French and Ger­man. The 2010, the days of the week, and the edi­tion num­ber line are all printed blind, and of course, the type is set in Hel­vetica. Each print is num­bered and signed.

The size of the cal­en­dar is 16.5″ x 23.5″ (A2) and printed on Crane Let­tra Flu­o­res­cent White 110# (300gsm) paper, which is spe­cially made for let­ter­press. The qual­ity of the paper is superb and gives the print an extra spe­cial feel to it.

The print­ing was done by the fab­u­lous Coeur Noir of Brook­lyn, NY. I used these guys for my son’s bap­tism invites and they also printed all the Hel­vetica Film posters, as well as the Objec­ti­fied poster. They sim­ply rock.

This run is very lim­ited, only 50 prints were made, so order one now for $70. You can check out more detailed pho­tos here.

If you’re look­ing for an afford­able fram­ing option, I rec­om­mend pick­ing up a good-looking, but inex­pen­sive, IKEA Ribba Frame (19.75″ x 27.5″) and have a cus­tom matte cut to fit it. This setup will run you less than $50.        

This Studio + Twenty Ten Poster


It’s that time of the year again and the uber-talented David Ben­nett has released his mouth-watering 2010 cal­en­dar poster. The poster is set in Europa Grotesk and printed one color on a 80gsm stock. I just received one in the mail and it’s stun­ning in per­son. If you ask him nice enough he might send you a copy.