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How often do you print something out and throw it directly into the bin? Or how often do you note down a meeting or appointment on a blank piece of paper?

The guys behind RePrint believe every piece of paper landing in your bin should have had it’s purpose. That’s why they’re putting together a set of templates that you can print onto the reverse of your misprints.

To kick things off RePrint are releasing 2 quarterly calendars, a weekly and a monthly version. Download and print them as often as you want to. All for free!

Sign up to their newsletter to get an update as soon as the next monthly calendars are available for download and when they release more templates.

They are also looking for people to send us a pic of your calendars in use.

RePrint is a joint project by FFF’s own Glenn Garriock & Modus Operandi who have been using the calendars for the past 2 years now and thought they’d share them, as an early Christmas present if you like.

Each quarterly calendar will also showcase a different typeface. This first edition features the Runda Typeface by p.s.type.

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    25th Nov 2010
    10:53 pm
  1. Love it. Brilliant stuff as usual Glenn!

  2. Anatoly Vyalikh
    26th Nov 2010
    4:41 am
  3. To my mind these calendars are good examples of clever design, in which every element is used intelligently and nicely designed and aligned.

    Thank you for calendars and thank you for this post!

  4. GlennGlenn
    29th Nov 2010
    10:05 am
  5. @Colin – Thanks mate!

    @Anatoly – Glad you like them, we’re going to make some templates very soon!

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