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‘I conducted a survey some years ago on how people see a year. It turned out that almost everyone saw it linearly. It seemed that it was cyclical only in my head, that is I saw it in a unique way. The Moon has fascinated me since I was a child. I wonder why it appears at different heights and in different sizes in different phases of its cycle. This curiosity led me to design the first Anaptár, the creation of which is a rather meticulous but loveable task for me.’

Anna designed her first Anaptár in 2009 and has come out with a new issue every year.

Anna Farkas graphic designer

She founded her own brand Anagraphic in 1999. She mainly designs logos, emblems and brochures, but she has created complete graphic identities and packaging designs as well. She has created an original adaptation of Theory of Colours by Goethe, developed the basis of the new graphic identity of Zeneakadémia (Liszt Academy) and she is the designer of Starry Light lamp and its graphic presentation.

In 2006 she was one of the founders of the Society of Hungarian Graphic Designers and Typographers, and is still a member of its managing board. She got several Hungarian and international awards for her works, she won the Red Dot award twice. The American journal Communication Arts has given her the Award of Excellence four times.

Fast Co.Design

‘A Beautiful, Incredibly Detailed 
Radial Calendar’

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Visualoop

‘Using visualization to produce a unique moon calendar.’

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Underconsideration

‘Anaptár is not your
typical radial calendar’

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Gizmodo

‘It’s hanging on my office door now, and I kinda never want to take it down’

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Business Insider

‘This scientific chart is a gorgeous alternative to a wall calendar’

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Desin & Paper

‘So what are you waiting for? Believe me, this will be THE calendar’

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Far side of the Moon

In the limelight there is an iconic lamp, the early masterwork of Wilhelm Wagenfeld, created in the metal workshop of the Weimar Bauhaus. Presented as a collaboration of the Maria and Walter Schnepel Cultural Foundation and the Kiscell Museum—Municipal Gallery, this 1924 lamp is reflected through the lenses of a bunch of prominent contemporary artists.
We were invited to participate with brand new lamp-rephrases for the occasion.