Created by legendary Italian designer Massimo Vignelli in 1966, the Stendig remains one of the best examples of 1960s modernist design, featuring two of the movement’s most iconic creations – Swiss typeface Helvetica and the Grid. Soon after launch, the calendar entered into the permanent collection of the MoMA, New York, where it remains on display to this day.
Vignelli’s design is simple, yet bold, printed on 122x92cm sheets of high quality, 160gsm paper, which alternate between black and white background with each passing month. Sheets are detachable, designed to be removed at the end of each month. Previous months’ sheets make excellent wrapping paper
Once the month is over, sheets can be detached from the calendar through a perforated join. Previous months’ sheets make excellent wrapping paper — we recommend rolling them up and saving them for Christmas.
The Stendig’s clean, minimalist aesthetic makes it suitable for any room in the house – whether the home office, the living room, the kitchen, the bedroom, or even the hall.