The 2013 Typographic Wall Calendar is a project to produce a large (27.56in x 39.37in) printed wall calender made of 2013 keyboard keys.
“The more I look at this poster, the more in awe of it I am… it’s a complete revision of the way we construct time, month by month, day by day. To see a year laid that way is somehow frightening and optimistic.” -Elizabeth Kiefer, Editor at Fab, NYC
“…stunning reinterpretation of a calendar is a masterful example of how a designer can completely flip a genre signifier on its head. Geisler reimagines calendars in order to change the way we visualize time, and in turn, redefines what it means to save the date.” -Mike McGregor, Kickstarter, NYC
Get one for yourself: haraldgeisler.com/order-prints
5 hours to go. The TYPOGRAPHIC WALL CALENDAR 2012 made in Germany of 2.012 used keyboard keys – a huge success at Kickstarter
“Harald Geisler’s stunning reinterpretation of a 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.”
Michael McGregor, NYC, Kickstarter
Only five hours to go:
I’m gearing up again to produce my Typographic Wall Calendar made in Germany of 2012 used keyboard keys – the project runs until sunday evening and already raised $17.000 funding at Kickstarter:
“How is something said? Loudly? With a tint of shyness? Does a rather small message take up a lot of space? The font Speech Bubbles gives the typographer a tool to make text speak – to give words conversational dynamics and to emphasize visually the sound of the message. The font includes a total of seventy outlines and seventy bubble backgrounds selected from a survey of historic forms.
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Capital Love is a fresh, hand drawn Font. The alphabets vivid ductus reminds of the dynamic qualities that can be found in Keith Haring’s graffiti drawings.
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Bauernstrauß high resolution image (13599px x 9599px = 130 Megapixels) made in August 2010.
Avaliable as a limited photoprint (edition of five) and limted offset print (edition of 60).
I never meant to publish this picture, but after I showed my experiments to a friend he insisted that I should print them. As a tribute to the old masters of still life painting that can be found from the 16th to 18th century throughout Europe, especially in the Netherlands and Germany.
eros creates and furthers relations
affects, projections and identifications
love one another
who could’ve ever said seduce one another
Inspired by a recording with Jean Baudrillard with the title “Die Macht der Verführung” (The Power of Seduction) in german from 2006. Further inspiration came from the article “The shape of the heart: I’m all yours. The heart represents sacred and secular love: a bloodless sacrifice.” by british writer Louisa Young printed in EYE magazine (#43) 2002
“…stunning reinterpretation of a calendar is a masterful example of how a designer can completely flip a genre signifier on its head. Geisler reimagines calendars in order to change the way we visualize time, and in turn, redefines what it means to save the date.”
Mike McGregor, Kickstarter, NYC
Armin Vit, Quipsologies (former Speak Up) Vol.47 No.60, Austin TX
“…der minutiöse Wahnsinn, …(der) eher an J. Johns oder einen sehr disziplinierten J. Pollock erinnert als an deinen normalen Wandkalender.”
Hans Schumacher, slanted.de / projektgrafik.de, Berlin
“Creative of the week”
Gerrie Smits, The RAAKonteur #20, London
Erik Brandt, geotypografika.com, Minneapolis
“It’s a completely unique project, and both an expensive and huge undertaking…”
Jamie Homer, flush-left.co.uk, UK
Idealog Weekly, , New Zealand
Thomas Arendt, blog.makeyourmark.dk, Denmark
“…perfekte Tastenkombination für das kommende Jahr.”
Publique, , Germany
Andrew Dobrow, Geektoplasm
Abby Jenkins, , US
“…This is calendar ART. This is art that is a CALENDAR…”
km, , Chicago
“…VIDEO DES TAGES: 2011 Typographic Wall Calendar…ein völlig einzigartiges Projekt.”
Carina Czisch, , Berlin
The Typographic Wall Calendar is about the act of notating time.
Representing the year written out in 2011 Keyboard Keys, it measures 100 x 70cm (27.56“ x 39.37“).
↓ introductory Video.
The “2011 Typographic Wall Calendar” is available online →http://haraldgeisler.com/order-prints/
If you have extra time and a twitter or facebook acount – it would be great if you could share the link along your followers.
Sevigny is for the poetic eye.
It sings to readers – luring and promising – sweet like candy.
Even though it is different, you feel that you’ve already seen it.
Sevigny seduces you to look.
Déjà vu Ease the lure.
Allow your eyes to follow the rhythmic ribbon.
Enjoy the wavy ride on the weavy patterns.
Let Sevigny enrich your design ideas.
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