This is a pre-order, shipping date is end of September.

The beautiful and exquisitely produced Stendig calendar was designed in 1966 by Massimo Vignelli and taken that year into the Design Collection at the MOMA New York. This piece from the 60s endures as an example of excellence in modern graphic design, stunning in both homes and workplaces.

The only calendar in the design collection at New York's MoMA and favoured by architects, designers and font fans the world over since 1966, Massimo Vignelli's large wall calendar designed for Charles Stendig comprises tear-off sheets of 72gsm paper printed in the iconic typeface Helvetica.

Alternating black and white backgrounds each month. Each sheets is perforated, allowing them to be neatly torn off, and used as paper for projects, gift wrap, and more. Top binding strip features three metal eyelets for easy hanging.

Measures 4ft x 3ft (122cm x 91cm) - makes a great statement on any wall. 

The sheets of previous months also make excellent wrapping paper. We save ours up and use them at Christmas for large presents!

Imported from USA.