Just got my hands on three of these Typodarium 2010 Calenders from Verlad Hermann Schmidt Mainz, a very nicely packaged and compact desk typographic calendar. However, I certainly realise three is a bit greedy for one person, hence I will have two to giveaway very shortly.
Something about ripping sheets out of a book I find mildly fun. Half tempted to start ripping them out even before the 2010 starts, must focus more on my new Silly Putty instead.
*Further detailed photographs can be seen over at Slanted.
365 Fonts by 180 Foundries and Designer
370 pages, printed on both sides
Size 8,5 x 12 cm
Tear-off calendar to hang or stand
With bank holidays of 30 countries and a box to collect the sheets
From the site
Daily typographic inspiration from the Typodarium, the first tear-off calendar with 365 different fonts: bread-and-butter types and typographical baubles, character sets and punctuation marks, old masters and wild youths, favourite fonts from all over the world.
The date – traditional and functional – is on the front page and on the back are background information and details, designers and sources – and even a marriage proposal! This calendar makes every day a typographical day and some calendar pages a font-shopping list.
If you are looking to hire a consummate and professional logo designer, then might I overtly suggest you give some thought to hiring me? With over 24 years experience, and a pretty nifty logo design portfolio, I can assure you I am darn capable, and a sure safe bet as far logo designers come."
Written by Graham Smith on October 28, 2009
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