Procter and Stevenson start the year a month late

It seems creatives have designs on re-inventing the Gregorian calendar. Taking a leaf from Trickett & Webb’s book, Proctor and Stevenson has issued its 2001 calendar running from February to February, to avoid Christmas printing delays.

It seems creatives have designs on re-inventing the Gregorian calendar. Taking a leaf from Trickett & Webb’s book, Proctor and Stevenson has issued its 2001 calendar running from February to February, to avoid Christmas printing delays. The calendar features office paraphernalia in cunning guises, from designer Mike Cain’s cutting-mat-as-Subbuteo-pitch to Ailsa Billington’s business card-as-semi-lethal missile.

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