Vignelli Hellerware Rainbow Stacking Dinnerware

Massimo and Lella Vignelli’s iconic Rainbow Stacking Dinnerware was originally manufactured in 1964 in Italy, later launched in the US by Heller circa 1971. The collection comprises jaunty, bright pieces for casual meals. Made from melamine, the pieces are timeless with a tinge of kitsch. The reissued collection is available in sets of six bowls, dinner plates, salad plates and mugs.

2021 Stendig Wall Calendar

Designed by Massimo Vignelli in the ’60s, the Stendig Wall Calendar remains timeless. Combining Helvetica with a classic grid format on alternating black-on-white and white-on-black pages, it measures a substantial three by four feet. It’s printed on high-quality, 160gsm paper, making the leftover pages perfect for reuse as wrapping paper.

From Pictures to Words: Persuasion and the National Parks

From CH favorite the Standards Manual (founded by Jesse Reed and Hamish Smyth), comes From Pictures to Words: Persuasion and the National Parks—a glorious exploration of branding, design, illustration and type over some 100 years. This is the imprint’s second project with photographer Brian Kelley, and the tome includes everything from brochures to maps and other National Park-related ephemera—including examples of Massimo Vignelli’s Unigrid System, …