December is just about the best month to show calendars so while it still lasts, here’s a beginning of a longer presentation. This is a biggish project we did at work: a set of calendars to celebrate 2011 as the year of Johannes Hevelius.
The calendars use contemporary etchings of constellations (contemporary for Hevelius, that is) and lots of Museo Slab.
These are plates from wall calendar which did not go to print because of budget cuts and which we truly regret.
And this is a three-month wall calendar, two views and a close-up. Next time we’ll show the rest of the calendars so hang on.