Wall Calendar . Monthly 2018 . Large Monochrome
Wall Calendar . Monthly 2018 . Large Monochrome Wall Calendar . Monthly 2018 . Large Monochrome Wall Calendar . Monthly 2018 . Large Monochrome

Stendig Wall Calendar . Monthly 2018 . Large Monochrome


This unique wall calendar was originally designed in 1966 by Massimo Vignelli and was quickly recognised as a modern work of art and became the only calander to be displayed in the museum of Modern Art, New York.

After 50 years, this simple but timeless design measuring three by four feet and characterised by its bold monochrome graphics is still hugely popular as a functional focal point in industry and businesses yet also really desirable for the family home (and not always easy to get hold of!)

The Stendig is made up of twelve large sheets printed on sixty pound weight offset paper stock. In random order, the calendar sheets for some months are reverse printed producing a black background with white letters and numerals with other months printed in black on white background. The sheets are perforated along a line just under the binding strip to allow them to be torn away neatly (we are sure the kids would love to get involved here!) The binding strip of the calendar has three matte black finish metal eyelets to facilitate easy hanging. You may well want to check out our wall hooks over at This Modern Life here.

** Please note: If you are ordering from outside the UK this item will require a courier service due to it's weight and size - please contact us for a quote **

▶︎ A lovely original gift for the new year in any stationery lovers home!

▶︎ Removed sheets are great for wrapping gifts in style and other craft projects.

Size:  92 x 122cm (3 x 4 feet).
Made From: Printed paper and matte black metal.
Made In: Nashville, Tennessee.
Packaging/Shipping:  Carefully packaged into a long tube for you.
Designed By: Massimo Vignelli.
About This Brand:  The Stendig calendar was beautifully and exquisitely designed in 1966 by Massimo Vignelli and taken that year into the Design collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York. After 50 years, a design from the sixties endures as an example of excellence in modern graphic design and is still timelessly appropriate for both homes and business environments.