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The Re-Levant calendar project was an independent studio project, in which we have created and produced unique calendars between the years 2012 and 2019. The calendars were later distributed to hundreds of our friends followers. Each calendar dealt with a different topic, and the topic dictated both the calendar’s content and its design and materials.

 

In 2013 the theme was space, and therefor all of the events that were marked on the calendar were space themed. The space calendar was printed with golden ink on black paper.

 

2014’s calendar was named Re-Light and was about all aspects and meaning of the word “light”. We used glow-in-the-dark ink in order to create a playful gap between the way the calendar looks in the dark and the way it looks in daylight.

 

In 2016 the calendar was all about disasters of all sorts, and the challenge that lays in designing something that needs to have negative content and remain a desirable object at the same time. That year’s calendar “secret ingredient” was using glossy UV printing as a secret layer of additional information.

 

2017’s calendar was called Re-Veal and was printed in two colours and a special layer of scratch-off material, this way the calendar was also creating the actual experience of revealing something.

 

Re-Bellion was 2018’s calendar and the theme was forms of protest and resistance. The Re-Bellion calendar was screen printed with two colours on green paper, and came with a call to action kit in the form of a graffiti stencil.

 

Finally, the last Re-Levant calendar was titled “Re-Flection” and revolved around the different meanings of the term reflection; in psychology, arts, and science. The calendar itself created reflections of its owner as it was printed in black ink on mirror paper.

 

Design

Self

M

Client

Self

Service

Print Production, Copywriting, Illustration

year

2012

In 2013 the theme was space, and therefor all of the events that were marked on the calendar were space themed. The space calendar was printed with golden ink on black paper.

 

2014’s calendar was named Re-Light and was about all aspects and meaning of the word “light”. We used glow-in-the-dark ink in order to create a playful gap between the way the calendar looks in the dark and the way it looks in daylight.

In 2016 the calendar was all about disasters of all sorts, and the challenge that lays in designing something that needs to have negative content and remain a desirable object at the same time. That year’s calendar “secret ingredient” was using glossy UV printing as a secret layer of additional information.

2017’s calendar was called Re-Veal and was printed in two colours and a special layer of scratch-off material, this way the calendar was also creating the actual experience of revealing something.

Re-Bellion was 2018’s calendar and the theme was forms of protest and resistance. The Re-Bellion calendar was screen printed with two colours on green paper, and came with a call to action kit in the form of a graffiti stencil.

Finally, the last Re-Levant calendar was titled “Re-Flection” and revolved around the different meanings of the term reflection; in psychology, arts, and science. The calendar itself created reflections of its owner as it was printed in black ink on mirror paper.