2019 on one poster! A lot of space for your own notes and markings - birthdays, celebrations and all other activities - for every day lets you automatically create you personal infographic overview of 2019.
€ 15.00 instead of € 20.00
includes VAT plus shipping
includes VAT and shipping in the EU
New release: 06-21-2018
Size: 600 x 600 mm
Print: Offset 250g matt
The calendar is composed from a number of rings around the inner circle. From the outside to the inside these rings show: the moon phases, fields for personal notes and holidays (in Germany, Austria and Switzerland), fields for your own markings, dates and days of the week, calendar weeks, months, and in the center an infographic of the average sunshine duration for every month in 10 locations on different latitudes around the globe.
One large field offers space for personal notes like birthdays, appointments, your ski holidays, or hiking trip. Fields in three more rings leave room for your personal markings, be it athletic activities, a visit to the movies or the theater, or the days since you have stopped smoking. At the end of the year you get a personal, quick, infograpgic overview over the course of your year.
In blue the calendar shows the days in the year with Central European Time (CET, UTC+1). The days in the year with Central European Summer Time (CEST, UTC+2) are shown in red.
The yellow beams mark the solstices and the change of seasons.
The infographic in the center shows the average sun duration for every month in 10 different locations in different latitudes on earth. From north to south:
Longyearbyen on Svalbard
Nairobi, close to the equator
Punta Arenas in southern Chile
Esparanza Base in Antarctica
Our calendars are supposed to show the whole year on one sheet. For us the circle has the ideal shape for this. A year is illustrated as a closed phase.
The circle is also a matching symbol for rotational events which we experience each year. The length of the year is defined by the circular rotation of Earth around the sun. After one year Earth returns to the same relative position in relation to the sun. The succession of the seasons, of holidays and celebrations, also repeats itself each year in a circular flow.