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- a compact calendar designed to provide a compact view of the year, with plenty of space for making annotations & doodling. can be downloaded as a printable Excel template.
- the 12-sided calendar, putting the months on a so called "rhombic" or normal "dodecahedron". can be downloaded as a DIY folding & cutting kit.
- a spiral calendar, capturing time as a continuous entity.
- the information esthetic calendar, a minimalistic design that invites for creating annotations in a unique visual code. can be downloaded or purchased as a large size poster.
- the Publikum calendar, transforming the Cyrillic alphabet into ameaningless cacophony of shapes.
- a typograhic calendar, displaying a classic typeface each month, aiming to enhance the awareness of typographic design.

[links: davidseah.com & uib.no & luispabon.com & informationesthetics.org & mediabistro.com & pentagram.com]




The Compact and 12-Sided calendars are gorgeous, one as a desk toy and the other as a legitimately useful tool. The Spiral calendar is kind of a disappointment - why arrange time that way, if the days on the spokes don't line up?

Thu 28 Dec 2006 at 5:17 AM

I agree with you, Michael. As self-defence I will say that the spiral calendar was an aesthetic illustration exercise more than a really usable information design.

Thu 28 Dec 2006 at 9:38 AM


Sat 30 Dec 2006 at 5:13 AM

The dodecaedrical one is amazing, I try some with the sundays aligned and some weird stuff came up http://flickr.com/photos/peewack/374632297/

Sun 04 Feb 2007 at 6:37 AM

pls send to me a sample design calander 2008 from your company. Thank you.
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Tue 01 Jan 2008 at 2:46 PM
hui ting

Happy new year for all.

Fri 18 Jan 2008 at 12:40 AM
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