New calendars for the new year
Get set for the new year with Massimo Vignelli’s 2018 Stendig calendar, designed in 1966 and immediately recognised as a design icon: it remains the only calendar in the design collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York.
This timeless design lays out the months ahead in bold Helvetica type on alternating sheets of black and white paper. Tear off the sheets as the month ends and use them as wrapping paper if you can’t bear to dispense with them.
It’s worth bearing in mind that we have limited stock of this highly sought-after design, so do place your order early to avoid disappointment.
If a more playful approach is called for, Good Morning’s Zoo calendar is certain to appeal to adults and children alike.
This characterful design lends each month its own distinctive animal form with a series of cut-out zoological shapes for you to assemble. Perfect for parading across desks, shelves and mantlepieces.
Equally three-dimensional and just as decorative – though very different in appearance – Ric Bell’s Dodecal is a polyhedral form carved from solid American cherry wood and laser-engraved with the months of the year.
Precision-crafted and beautifully finished, this tactile desk accessory is as appealing to hold in the hand as it is intriguing to look at.
If you’re seeking a more permanent addition to your desk, we have a range of perpetual calendars to assist your time planning year after year, from Enzo Mari’s 1967 charismatic Timor desk calendar with a form inspired by Italian railway signage, to Jean Pierre Vitrac’s Imbroglio calendar.
The Imbroglio calendar has a magnetic cursor that isolates the date and brings clarity to a graphic stream of numerals.