Created by famous Italian designer Massimo Vignelli in 1966, the STENDIG wall calendar remains one of the best examples of 1960s modernist design. It combines two of the movement’s most iconic visual motifs—Swiss typeface Helvetica and the Grid. Soon after its introduction, the calendar was added to the permanent collection the MoMA in New York, cementing its status as a modern design classic.
Vignelli's design is simple, yet bold. Printed on 3ft x 4ft sheets of high quality, detachable, 160gsm paper, the calendar alternates monthly between black and white background. Whether in the home or at the office, this striking, minimalist calendar is sure to be a stand-out feature in your space.
- Printed on 160gsm paper
- Size: 91cm x 122cm (3ft x 4ft)
- Printed & assembled by hand in Nashville, USA