"Arguably the greatest calendar of all time"
THE STENDIG CALENDAR
Massimo Vignelli's original classic
THE V CALENDAR
A modern reinvention
A MODERNIST ICON
Created by legendary Italian designer Massimo Vignelli in 1966, the Stendig is considered one the defining pieces of 1960s modernism, celebrated by designers and architects the world over.
Vignelli’s pared-back design channels the twin Modernist ideals of simplicity and functionalism, and contributes to an aesthetic that is versatile and effortlessly contemporary.
FEATURED IN MoMA
Soon after launch, the Stendig Calendar was added to the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York, where it remains on display to this day.
CREATOR OF THE STENDIG
A true modernist, Vignelli is widely credited for bringing European Modernism to the United States. He was an advocate of functionality in design, favouring a minimalist aesthetic and basing his creations on real user needs.
Throughout his career, Vignelli refused to adhere to any one design discipline. His work spanned different fields from branding to package design, furniture design, public signage and more. Vignelli partnered with some of the world’s biggest brands from American Airlines, to IBM, Bloomingdales, Ford and Knoll; though he is perhaps most famous for his 1971 re-design of the New York Subway’s sign system, still used by millions every day.
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