Designed in 1966 by Massimo Vignelli, the Stendig Calendar is the only wall calendar to grace the Design collection at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York.
A timeless piece that has endured decades, to become the leading example of modern graphic design. With its bold and dramatic black and white graphics the Stendig Calendar makes a stunning focal point as well as functional piece of art in the home or office.
Made up of 12 oversized sheets measuring 3' by 4', alternating black and white backgrounds feature reverse printed numerals and letters. Metal eyelets allow for easy hanging. A perforated line under the binding strip allows each page to be torn away neatly. Sheets can then be recycled as wrapping paper or used as crafting material.
A favorite among designers for both residential and commercial projects, this limited edition wall calendar complements every unique style.