It started three years ago as an unprecedented collaboration of designers, illustrators and photographers from across the UK, gathered together from an open call.
Now Fedrigoni's annual calendar is back, but this year introducing 366 to mark 2020's leap year. Following on from black and white renditions of the calendar, this latest edition, designed by TM, delves into the exciting world of colour, through the paper manufacturer's environmentally-friendly range, Woodstock.
Inside, you'll also find a white tip-in for 29 February, designed by Supermundane, blazoned with a shimmering holographic foil to commemorate the extra day.
Fedrigoni said: "The design brief is purposefully restrictive, inviting people to design in one colour and within a specific size. Nevertheless, we are always amazed by the plethora of gloriously different designs dreamed up by our diverse contributors.
"Interpretations range from numbers to historical figures, from photographs to vector graphics. No two submissions are the same. The result is a gloriously diverse tome. One that will keep you occupied for hours, leafing through the spectrum of colourful pages that make up this year’s Fedrigoni 366 Calendar."
"The project is always a highlight of our year," adds Johnny Tsevdos from TM. "It’s a testament to the nature of our industry – that we are open to new ideas and collaboration. And that we’re all up for a challenge."