In 1966, Massimo Vignelli was commissioned by the Stendig Furniture Company to design a promotional calendar and was so successful that the Museum of Modern Art added this piece to its permanent collection before a single calendar was printed. A design classic, the large-scale calendar ensures you will never need to squint to make out the date and gives lots of space for sticky-notes. An exploration of negative space, the shapes between the letters and numbers become as important as the text itself... a defining icon of mid-century modernism. Printed in the USA.
Tip: since we can’t quite bear to recycle these beautiful pages as the months pass, we save them to use for wrapping paper.
**Please note: This item is oversized and requires additional shipping charges.
- Designer: Massimo Vignelli
- Country of Design: United States
- Publisher: Cromwell Company
- Materials: 60 pound offset paper stock; binding strip includes eyelets for easy hanging
- Measurements: H 3′ L 4′