Isometric Risograph Calendar → 2020

Isometric Risograph Calendar → 2020

I regret to inform you that the 2020 Calendar has now SOLD OUT. It is unlikely that I will be making a reprint. Sign up for my mailing list and be the first to know about when the 2021 Calendar goes on sale!


The iconic and widely celebrated Isometric Risograph Calendar is back and better than ever.

Featured in the MoMA Design StoreArchitectural Digest, Design Milk, The Jealous Curator, and Booooooom, our 2020 Calendar has quickly become a classic piece of contemporary graphic design. 

This minimalist calendar is sustainably-produced, assembled with care in Toronto, and is sure to stand out in any modern home, office, or studio. 

← Click on the Calendar to see more images!

Find Out More



1. Do you ship internationally?

Yes! We ship everywhere in the world. If you live a far distance from our studio in Canada, it might take a little longer and cost a little more. Have a look at our Shipping Page to learn more. 

2. When should I order for Christmas delivery? 

The holidays are a busy season for everyone, including postal workers! To ensure that you receive your package in time to celebrate, have a look at our Shipping Page to check the cut-off dates.

3. What is Risograph?

Risograph is the name of an incredible print process that has stolen our hearts! It is best described as a mix between screen-printing and photocopying. This technology is at the center of our operations and we love being part of an international community of Risographers!


Take a peek Inside


Founded in 2008 by the Toronto-based writer, designer, and educator JP King, Paper Pusher is a boutique publishing imprint, Risograph-driven laboratory, and print-culture advocacy organization.

As one of the first artist-run Risograph studios, Paper Pusher is more than just a printer/publisher. Over the years, it has been a publication laboratory, communication research center, and living classroom. Between 2010 – 2016, Paper Pusher worked directly with many notable clients to push the boundaries of what could be done using the unique Risograph process. Currently, the studio is focused entirely on internally-generated projects.

In 2014, JP King and his wife, Kirsten McCrea, joined forces and merged the efforts of Paper Pusher with Papirmass, a monthly print subscription service that delivers unique artworks, interviews, and activities to subscribers all over the world. If you like Paper Pusher, you’ll love Papirmass!