Internationally acclaimed designer Shirin Guild joins the Omid Foundations to create this truly memorable diary/calendar. Give a gift to the girls of the Omid-e-Mehr center by ordering copies of the soon to released 2011/12 - 1390 diary/calendar for your friends and yourself.
Order the 2011/12 - 1390 desk diary/calendar
Give the Omid Diary/Calendar as a gift to your friends. It is a unique gift that not only feels good to give but does good too.
A donation of $24, £15, or 15,000 Tomans (via PayPal or check) excluding shipping, is suggested for each calendar. Shipping charge is fixed at $5, £3, or 2,000 Tomans irrespective of the number of calendars ordered.
Quantity discounts: Receive 1 free additional calendar when you order 6 calendars in a single transaction. Receive 2 free additional calendars when you order 10 calendars in a single transaction. Contact us for special pricing for order of 50 calendars and more.
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Checks can only be accepted in US Dollars (USD), Pounds Sterling (GBP) or Iranian Rials (IR). Download order form and mail it with your check to the appropriate address. Checks drawn in USD should be issued in favour of the 'Omid Foundation USA' and mailed to 'Omid Foundation USA, 6517 Lone Oak Drive, Bethesda, MD 02817, USA'. Checks drawn in GBP should be issued in favour of the 'Omid Foundation' and mailed to 'Omid Foundation, 63 Rutland Gate, London SW7 1PJ, UK'. Checks drawn in IR should be issued in favour of the 'Bonyad Omid-e-Mehr' and mailed to 'Bonyad Omid-e-Mehr, Valiasr Avenue, 34,Ali Valadi Street, Tehran, Iran'. IR checks can only be accepted for calendars that are to be shipped to addresses in Iran.
Online orders are all in USD, your card will of course be charged in the currency of your card, at an exchange rate determined by your card provider.
About the 2011/12 - 1390 desk diary/calendar
Content and specs of the desk calendar:
- Combined Iranian and Gregorian calendar for the period from 1 Farvardin 1390 to 29 Esfand 1390 (21 March 2011 to 19 March 2012).
- Shows all official holidays in Iran, the US and the UK.
- Full page reproduction of 54 works of art created by the young women in our care.
- Printed on the highest quality laminated paper with hard covers and bound with a metal spiral.
- Each page showing the dates and holidays of one week, with space for diary notes and appointments.
- Page size: 8.25 x 8.25 inches (21 x 21 cm).
The artists whose creations are shown in the calendar are: Elham Aghyani, Bita Akhtarmohammadi, Arezou Ataei, Mansoureh Baes Jangali, Zohreh Baigzadeh, Fereshteh Ebrahimi, Maliheh Ghaznavian, Fatemeh Harimi, Zohreh Haidari, Samaneh Hossaini, Farzaneh Mahmoudi, Fatemeh Malekan, Marziyeh Mohammadi, Marziyeh Mondani, Zahra Mousavian, Noushin Norouzi, Forouzan Parvani, Niloufar Pirjamali, Elnaz Satari, Setareh Sadri, Raziyeh Sarvary, Mona Taymouri, Masoumeh Yousefi, and Sahar Zainivand, All of them are in our care.
These works of art were created in therapeutic therapy workshops from 2008 to 2010.
Below you will a sample calendar page plus a few of the images from the calendar.
We are indebted to Mehrdad Asgari (photography workshop), Shirin Guild (design), Mehdi Mirhosseini (layout), Behzad Shafagh (artwork design, drawing workshop), Sara Shahsavari (illustration workshop), and www.ghiasabadi.ir (dates and events) for having created this exceptionally beautiful diary/calendar.
Our special thanks go to Shirin Guild who conceived the idea of this diary/calendar. Shirin Guild is an internationally acclaimed fashion and accessories designer, whose creations are on permanent display at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London, the Brighton Museum & Art Gallery and are also part of the permanent collection of the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York. The Shirin Guild label was launched in 1992. Her designs, including this diary/calendar, have a modern reductivist aesthetic. Extraneous detail and decoration are stripped away in favour of precision, meticulous attention to every detail elegance and subtlety.