A risograph calendar for wall and desk .

Print, 2014

Understanding the calendar as a system that displays and keeps track of time by default, we decided to explore the connections of this notion with the one of space, therefore creating a space-time, static and bi-dimensional material.
For this dialogue to take place, we felt they would need to have equal presence on the calendar. As such, we decided that each month, occupying only one page, would have half of the printed area for time display and half for space representations (illustration).

Wall & Desk Calendar, riso print (one color), 22 copies
6 × A3 double-sided and folded pages or 12 × A3 one-side pages