2015 ‘vectorfunk’ calendar by matt w. moore
2015 ‘vectorfunk’ calendar by matt w. moore
nov 07, 2014

2015 ‘vectorfunk’ calendar by matt w. moore

2015 ‘vectorfunk’ calendar by matt w. moore



matt w. moore has sent us photos of his 2015 ‘vectorfunk’ calendar – which features all new 100% custom typographic explorations for each month. see how each spread was designed and colored in the video below…



calendar dimensions: 11″ x 17″ opened



‘learning vector design was a big step in my evolution. much of my handmade work since then has celebrated a certain exactness that has a digital feel to it. my friends in the creative community inspire me everyday, and studying the movements and masters of yesteryear charges me up creatively. some names that come to mind : mc escher, sol lewitt, picasso, doze green, frank stella, alex trochut, augustine kofie, victor vasarely, jurne, roid, horfee, tim clorius, ken sortais, tomek, and the list goes on and on.’matt w. moore


read the full interview here »





























  • Is $39 not a little much for a calendar?

    Thomas says:
  • please make for desktops….love it!

    nicola loder says:

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