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With the new year fast approaching has received some interesting design calendars. Mostly attributed to a certain city we take a closer look at Arnhem, Rotterdam and The Hague.

By Cassandra Pizzey /asdf 20-12-2012

For the second year in a row, fans of Rotterdam-based art and design can enjoy all the city has to offer in the form of the Rotterdam Art Calendar. A collaboration between Kantoor Kraaij and Trichis Publishing (incidentally also responsible for the The Hague Art Calendar) the 365-day calendar features exclusively new names. 

Featuring the likes of Chris Kabel, Bertjan Pot and Jeroen van Tuyl the calendar features visual artists, photographers, (fashion) designers and architects. Similarly the The Hague Art Calendar features work by Ed Annink and Rutger de Regt, to name but a few.

Taking a rather different route is the Arnhem Design workshop calendar created by Wouter Groendijk (apetrots) and Erik Stehmann. This calendar features a series of playful pin-up models posing with design made in Arnhem inside various designers’ workshops.

“It’s a cheeky reference to those calendars you’ll find in many car workshops and builder’s canteens,” says Groendijk. The calendars are entirely produced in Arnhem – home of ArtEZ – from the hair and makeup, photographers and design to the printing. To support this year’s 3FM serious request cause, all profits will go to the charity.

Featured designers are: Klaas Kuiken, Steven Visser, Erik-Jan Kwakkel, Frank Kolkman, Floris Schoonderbeek, Rick Tegelaar, Thor ter Kulve, Casper Tolhuisen, Sander Lukse, Erik Stehmann and Wouter Groendijk. The calendar was made possible by Made in Arnhem and Outhuis-Kemperman printers.

Main image: Arnhem Design workshop calendar
Other images: 1. Rotterdam Art Calendar 2. The Hague Art Calendar 3.-5. Arnhem Design workshop calendar

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