• Imbroglio desk calendar, 1972, Jean-pierre vitrac, Twentytwentyone
  • Imbroglio desk calendar, 1972, Jean-pierre vitrac, Twentytwentyone
  • Imbroglio desk calendar, 1972, Jean-pierre vitrac, Twentytwentyone
  • Imbroglio desk calendar, 1972, Jean-pierre vitrac, Twentytwentyone

Imbroglio desk calendar, 1972

Imbroglio desk calendar by Jean-Pierre Vitrac for twentytwentyone.

The freestanding version of the famous perpetual calendar designed by one of the great French industrial designers Jean Pierre Vitrac.

The panel is made from powder-coated steel with screen-printed graphic and plastic, magnetic cursor. The plastic cursor frames define the numbers 1 - 31 giving a calendar function.

The word Imbroglio means hidden or muddled in France, where the design originates.

Available in red.

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Imbroglio desk calendar by Jean-Pierre Vitrac for twentytwentyone.

The freestanding version of the famous perpetual calendar designed by one of the great French industrial designers Jean Pierre Vitrac.

The panel is made from powder-coated steel with screen-printed graphic and plastic, magnetic cursor. The plastic cursor frames define the numbers 1 - 31 giving a calendar function.

The word Imbroglio means hidden or muddled in France, where the design originates.

Available in red.

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20w x 7d x 20cmh

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Made from powder-coated steel with screen-printed graphic and plastic, magnetic cursor.

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