Spiral Calendar 2010
December 12, 2009 5:35 PM   Subscribe

Spiral Calendar 2010
PDFs ready for large-format printing. (90 x 90 cm = ~ 35 x 35 in). Featuring solstices, equinoxes, moon phases and holidays; versions for Brazil, USA and UK are available, as well as generic northen and southern hemisphere versions with no holidays. Generated by automating Adobe Illustrator with a Javascript. Source included, so you can roll your own, with custom holidays, birthdays etc.
posted by Tom-B (7 comments total) 5 users marked this as a favorite

Very, *very* nice work.
posted by e.e. coli at 7:01 AM on December 13, 2009

My 1st comment and it's from the DUDE WHO MADE WORDLE! *thanks*, I'm flattered!
posted by Tom-B at 7:37 AM on December 13, 2009

A-mazing! I'm a fan of calendars and you just made my day, um year!
posted by brokeaspoke at 7:17 AM on December 15, 2009

It's really nice- I like funky calendars.

One small (very minor) problem with the UK calendar- in 2010 Boxing Day is on 27th December (not 26th).
posted by sid.tv at 3:41 AM on December 16, 2009

The direct link to the PDFs
posted by Deathalicious at 11:58 PM on December 17, 2009

Hi sid, thanks for checking! I'm confused - you say Boxing day is on the 27th, but according to timeanddate.com it's on the 26th, and 27 and 28 are Bank Holidays. On other sites Boxing Day is on the 28th. Which one is right?
posted by Tom-B at 6:42 AM on December 27, 2009

Direct link fixed
posted by Tom-B at 6:44 AM on December 27, 2009

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