Wiltshire-based Origin has nothing if not chutzpah. After seeing illustrator Lo Cole’s 12 interpretations of Olympian gods, the group just had to turn them into a calendar, but couldn’t afford top quality presentation. ‘I got all the equipment free, from printing to paper,’ says a jubilant Amanda Williams, Origin’s project manager, admitting to ‘bullying the companies’. Williams shares Cole’s obsession with Greek gods. ‘They ruled so strongly and weren’t distant gods,’ she says. The calendar is designed by Origin’s Nick Belson.
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