Wall Calendar . 2020 / Large - Monochrome Stendig
Wall Calendar . 2020 / Large - Monochrome Stendig Wall Calendar . 2020 / Large - Monochrome Stendig Wall Calendar . 2020 / Large - Monochrome Stendig


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Stendig 2020 Wall Calendar  .  Large / Monochrome 


This is the only calendar hanging in New York's Museum of Modern Art - and it's not hard to see why. The iconic, bold Helvetica typeface, printed on sheets of 160gsm paper makes this a work of art in itself, as well as functioning as a calendar.

The oversized calendar's striking, minimalist design makes it a real piece of wall art that you can introduce into your own home, whilst keeping you and your family organised.

The perforated, tear-off sheets make it easy to tick off each month, and the kids will love ripping off each page of this monochrome calendar just as much as you will!


Design Tips:  

▲ Use this is as a piece of art on the wall of your monochrome nursery.

▲ Why not hang one of these in your kids bedroom - it will help them keep track of the days and weeks in a month and they will love tearing off each sheet as the months come to an end!

▲ We love seeing these calendars up on the wall of a kitchen or office - they are such a style statement as well as being practical. 

▲ These black and white calendars are the perfect gift for the friend who has everything!


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


Size:  3' x 4'.
Good To Know: The months randomly alternate black and white. 
Instructions: Top binding strip has three black eyelets for easy level hanging. 
Made From: 160 gsm paper. 
Comes packaged in a triangular tube. ** Due to the size and weight of this product, shipping outside of the UK may incur an additional charge, please please contact us for a quote. **
Designed By: Designed in 1966 by Massimo Vignelli for Charles Stendig.