Multicalendar Project

More than just a calendar
Timeless designn
Limited edition

Multicalendar MMXX

A leap year in RGB colors
Space scalability in 3D
Durable for years thanks to synthetic paper

Mission
Apart from the Gregorian calendar, each Multicalendar includes other calendars e.g. Mayan, Chinese, Indian ones, but also curiosities of a given year. Among others, those could be eclipses, moon phases and miscellaneous information such as constellations or the fourth dimension visualization.

Calendars are printed on materials of the highest quality: papers, foils or, as this year’s edition, synthetic paper. It is all designed to ensure their longevity. Due to the fact that the Gregorian calendar repeats after 28 years (for leap years), it can be used multiple times. Additionally, thanks to its timeless design, it has a decorative function.
History

The first Multicalendar was created just before 2010.

In a wooden cottage on the border of large lakes and woods. It sounds like a fairy tale, but it is true. The project is intended for 28 years since the Gregorian calendar is repeated after that time.

Each Multicalendar contains a set of interesting information about the world or events occuring in the particular year. Multicalendars are printed in screen printing technology because it allows us to use papers and other materials of the highest quality. From the very beginning, Multicalendars have been issued in limited and manually numbered editions of 50 items what makes them additionally unique.

Author of the photo: Piter Trojanowski

Awards Multicalendar 2019

- I place during the International Calendar Festival and Competition ZoomArt 2019 (PL)
- Bronze during Gregor Calendar Award 2019 (DE)

Multicalendar 2018

- II place during the International Calendar Festival and Competition ZoomArt 2018 (PL)

Multicalendar MMXV

- III place during the International Calendar Festival and Competition ZoomArt 2015 (PL)

Multicalendar 2012

- Honorable Mention during Vidical 2012 (PL)

Individual exhibitions

2019 - „Multicalendar” in City Hall Szczytno (PL) 2019 - „Multicalendar” during the International Calendar Festival and Competition ZoomArt 2019 – Szyb Wilson (PL)
2017 - „Venedi” in MDK Szczytno (PL)

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Group exhibitions

2019 - XI Olsztyn Art Biennale for the President's Medal, BWA Olsztyn(PL)
2019 - “Time is Art” In Strzemiński Academy of Art Łódź (the exhibition was accompanied by Paweł Piłat's lecture on "Multicalendars")(PL)
2019 - Gregor Calendar Award 2019 – Stuttgart(DE)
2018 - International Calendar Festival and Competition ZoomArt 2018 – Rondo Sztuki, Katowice(PL)
2018 - X Olsztyn Art Biennale for the President's Medal, BWA Olsztyn(PL)
2015 - International Calendar Festival and Competition ZoomArt 2015 – Rondo Sztuki, Katowice(PL)
2014 - OtwARTa Exhibition 13, Piotrkowska 17, Łódź(PL)
2013 - VIII Olsztyn Art Biennale for the President's Medal, BWA Olsztyn(PL)
2013 - International Calendar and Christmas New Year Card Contest VIDICAL 2013, Warszawa(PL)
2012 - International Calendar and Christmas New Year Card Contest VIDICAL 2012, Warszawa(PL)
2011 - VII Olsztyn Art Biennale for the President's Medal, BWA Olsztyn(PL)

Publications

- XI Olsztyn Art Biennale for the President's Medal, ISBN 978-83-65446-19-0
- Weekly Szczytno No. 51-52 (548-549), extraordinary calendar of Paweł Piłat
- X Olsztyn Art Biennale for the President's Medal, ISBN 978-83-65446-09-1
- VIII Olsztyn Art Biennale for the President's Medal, ISBN 978-83-89228-94-9
- VII Olsztyn Art Biennale for the President's Medal, ISBN 978-83-89228-80-2

Autor
Paweł Piłat

I was born in 1982 in Gliwice. In 2009 I graduated from the University of Humanities and Economics (Visual Arts department) in Lodz. I participated in national and international exhibitions. In the years 2006 - 2009 I worked as an assistant in the departmental lab and photographic dark room of the university. Since 2010 I have run Venedi, my own creative agency and photographic studio. I live and work in Szczytno, Poland.

Thank you to everyone who believes in and supports this project. Patrons from the first edition: Beata Piłat, Łukasz Moćko, the Trojanowski Family, Jan Barank, Paweł Piotrowski, Maciej Matuszak, Paweł Nawrocki, Bombaztikz, Ewa Mielczarek, you are great.