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Fedrigoni Calendar 2011

by Salih Kucukaga on 11/15/2010 | 2 Minute Read

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Fedrigoni have just launched their promotional Calendar for 2011! 

Check it out below to get one of these amazing calendars!

Fedrigoni UK is thrilled to publicise the arrival of its exclusive 2011 desk calendar.  Enthusiasts of the last two year’s Fedrigoni calendars should be excited. This curious desk calendar draws its inspiration from the Matryoshka or Russian Doll. A set of Sirio Color boxes in decreasing sizes placed one inside the other. 

Designed by Paul Betowski, a recent graduate from Cornwall University as part of the creative brief set by Fedrigoni UK for the YCN (Young Creative Network) Student awards. The calendar provides a snapshot view of the Sirio Color portfolio. One of the most comprehensive ranges of coloured embossed and textured paper and boards available. With 24 colours, 9 weights and 2 embossings ranging from 80-700 g/m Sirio color can be used for a variety of luxury design applications.

Repro created using a Fuji XMF workflow and Fuji Plates on a screenrite platesetter at Team; Leeds, the calendars showcase no less than 13 different Fedrigoni FSC Sirio Color papers. With every other month individually Diecut to reveal the colour beneath, each one is litho printed with metallic silver ink on a Komori B2 press and hand finished with an envelope fold base. The 2011 Fedrigoni calendar demonstrates both great design and print. 

In conjunction with the launch, Fedrigoni UK is holding a "Golden Box" contest! Find the “Golden Box” inside one of the Fedrigoni 2011 calendars and follow the instructions to claim your prize – A 16GB Apple iPad.

To get your hands on one of these amazing calendars, simply email "2011 Sirio Calendar" to info@fedrigoni.co.uk  with your name, company name and address (UK customers only). The calendars will also be available to collect at the Fedrigoni Xmas party on Tuesday 14th December 2011, in the basement bar of Clerkenwell House EC1N.

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