Antalis McNaughton’s Olympic 2012 calendar

The London Games will dominate the coming year so it’s perhaps no surprise to see that Leicester-based Stocks Taylor Benson has given the 2012 calendar for paper company Antalis McNaughton an Olympic theme

The London Games will dominate the coming year so it’s perhaps no surprise to see that Leicester-based Stocks Taylor Benson has given the 2012 calendar for paper company Antalis McNaughton an Olympic theme

Each month focuses on a graphic treatment of an Olympic event with various print finishes and techniques including foil blocking, embossing, spot UV and screenprinting (for example on the longjumper’s sand in April, below) used throughout.

The calendar will be sent to over 7,500 printers, office supply dealers, designers and creatives around the UK

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Read our posts on the 2012 Olympics artists posters series here and here. See some alternative designs from Kingston students here

 

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And if that wasn’t enough, the issue also includes a FREE paper toy for readers to cut out and customise.

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