A design classic
The only calendar in the collection of MoMA
Created by Massimo Vignelli for Charles Stendig in 1966, the Stendig Calendar is the only calendar hanging in New York’s MoMA. Loved by designers, architects and fans of minimalism the world over, it is constructed from tear-off sheets of 160 gsm paper, and printed in the iconic typeface Helvetica. The months randomly alternate black and white and the top binding strip has three black eyelets for easy level hanging.
Choose your delivery date
Order now, deliver later
Every year, we get hundreds of emails from disappointed Stendig owners who've forgotten to order this year's calendar. That's why we allow you to order your calendar now so you don't forget, but choose a delivery date closer to January when you'll actually be hanging it.
Previous months' sheets are easily detachable and make great wrapping paper for gifts.
We're please to introduce the Font Clock, the newest product on our site. Another classic, this time by designer Sebastian Wong, it's the clock sibling of the Stendig. They look perfect together. Instead of alternating between black and white, the clock numbers rotate between a selection of beautiful fonts.