Sunday, December 26, 2010
It's About Time
Make a long-term investment in the year(s) ahead with this perpetual calendar shown above which promises to keep you on track until 2036. By aligning the year on the wheel with the current month, you will never be out-of-date. Designed by Jacquie Van Keuren at Rubber Design in San Francisco and printed with 5 colors on Mohawk Renewal paper, it is available on Etsy for $9.50 (US) + Shipping.
Below is a nicely designed 2011 calendar from Eleanor, of e.m.papers, and it is available as a download for just $10. Eleanor not only is a great young designer living in Germany, but she just happens to be the daughter of my good friends, Patrick and Maxine Reagh. This design and several others are available on her site and you can download it once and print as many as you like. She also has an entire line of other holiday, wedding invitations and other printable gifts to download. Check out her blog while you are at it.
This seasonal calendar below is designed, illustrated and printed by Yun Chung of Boston, features a cat wandering with an umbrella and is available here.
Oakland based designer, Bryan Kring has printed this very nice broadside calendar below in 4 colors on Fabriano Rosapina Heavyweight paper and available here.
Below is the daily typographic inspiration from the Typodarium from Verlag Hermann Schmidt Mainz, publishers of books about typography, design and creativity. This is the first tear-off calendar with 365 different fonts: bread-and-butter types and typographical baubles, character sets and punctuation marks, old masters and wild youths, favourite fonts from all over the world. With 365 fonts from 140 foundries and designers, it is a tear-off calendar which can hang or stand and it comes with a box to collect each sheet. Order your copy of Typodarium 2011 early as last year’s copies sold out quickly!