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The ultimate 2013 calendar for designers

If you're still looking for a 2013 calendar for your workplace, then check out this awesome-looking, designer-oriented 2013 Pantone calendar designed by Pentagram (opens in new tab)’s Eddie Opara (opens in new tab) and Brankica Harvey (opens in new tab).

Published by Abrams (opens in new tab), each month of the calendar - which comes in wall and engagement editions - features pixelated images identified by their Pantone Matching System (PMS) colours, each tagged with the specific colour-code (see our guide to design events in 2013 to fill your calendar).

The days of the month resemble Pantone chips

The days of the month resemble Pantone chips

The images are themed for the seasons and holidays - a penguin for January, rain boots for April - each month features a selected colour.

In the engagement version of the calendar, the scale of the images increases throughout the month, so the views become more abstract as the colourations and specifications become more detailed.

Colours in the image are specified with PMS numbers

Colours in the image are specified with PMS numbers

The calendar is available on Amazon (opens in new tab) now for $13.49. Pentagram have also designed a rather tasty Art of Andy Warhol calendar (opens in new tab) which is worth checking out too.

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