1. Today’s Project of the Day is Harald Geisler’s Typographic Calendar.
Harald Geisler’s stunning reinterpretation of a calendar first came to us last year around this time. We were stunned by its simple, yet perplexing design. Now he’s updated the calendar for 2012. My favorite aspect of this calendar is how it feels to the naked eye. Strange, yet alluring, the typographic calendar is a masterful example of how a designer can completely flip a genre signifier on its head. Geisler re-imagines calendars in order to change the way we visualize time, and in turn, redefines what it means to save the date. 

    Today’s Project of the Day is Harald Geisler’s Typographic Calendar.

    Harald Geisler’s stunning reinterpretation of a calendar first came to us last year around this time. We were stunned by its simple, yet perplexing design. Now he’s updated the calendar for 2012. My favorite aspect of this calendar is how it feels to the naked eye. Strange, yet alluring, the typographic calendar is a masterful example of how a designer can completely flip a genre signifier on its head. Geisler re-imagines calendars in order to change the way we visualize time, and in turn, redefines what it means to save the date.¬†