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This calendar is part of Rob Carter's Designing With Type "Worldwide Projects" feature.
132" x 17"

This calendar encompasses my notion of time's linearity: January and December, our culturally-imposed beginning and end to the year, connect in a circle. Each month's imagery also skips over a day, embodying formally, the blurring of time.

This particular calendar is based on North American Eastern Standard Time. The lengthening and shortening of the day is represented visually. In this instance, the days are shown shortening from right after the height of the Summer Solstice, to the middle of autumn.