Singularity Calendar

Singularity Calendar, perpetual

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Perpetual Calendar with 12 Motives from my SINGULARITY series.

  • 320 x 680 mm (closed)
  • 320 x 625 mm shortened pages
  • 5 types of paper (partly embossed), alternating (200 g/sqm)
  • Offset printing, 4/0-colour
  • Hot foil stamping in gold on the rabbet and the cog

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Awards

2017, in progress
Personal Work
Inhouse

  • Gold at the Gregor Calendar Awards 2020 (Best Photo-Calendar)
  • Bronze at the Japan Calendar Awards 2020
  • Honor Award (Gold) at the AIA Los Angeles 2019
  • 1. Place at International Color Awards 2018
  • Gold at the Moscow Foto Awards 2018
  • Silver at the A’Design Awards & Competition 2016/17
  • 2. Place at the Chromatic Photography Awards 2017
  • Bronze at the Tokyo International Foto Awards 2017
  • 2 Honorable Mentions International Photography Awards 2017

Perpetual Calendar with 12 Motives from my SINGULARITY series.

100% handmade
Limited to 100 pieces

The calendar sheets with the individual motifs are shortened, so that the calendar is always visible.
The motif sheets are printed in the binding of bookscrews.

The individual sheets can be changed or removed at will.

The handmade calendar is convincing – besides its motives – also through its sustainability.
The pictures can not only be exchanged at will and may also be replaced each year by new ones will be.
The “framework” of the perpetual calendar, the back wall, the binding with the book screws and the calendar as a timeless mechanism, remains, the
replaced images can be archived or framed.

Each copy of the SINGULARITY Calendar comes numbered and signed.

Format

320 x 680 mm (closed)
320 x 625 mm shortened pages

Pages

  • Front page
  • Foreword
  • 12 months
  • Back box Rückenkarton

Paper

  • 5 types of paper (partly embossed)
    alternating (200 g/sqm)
  • Black, solid-coloured cardboard as a ravel,
    Wheels and back cardboard (700 g/qm)

Printing and finishing

  • Offset printing, 4/0-colour
  • Hot foil stamping in gold on the rabbet
    and the cogs

Processing

  • Binding with black book screws
  • Drilling the calendar sheets
  • Assembly of the perpetual calendar mechanism

(For this purpose the wheels are moved with an eyelet
attached to the back cardboard).

Limited edition

100 pieces

Language

English

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