The RiotACT Calendar for 2009

johnboy 17 December 2008 25

[First filed: December 15, 2008 @ 18:07]

In time to be used as a stocking filler and as a gift to you all I’ve produced a calendar for 2009, featuring some of my favourite photos from 2008.

As I was only in Canberra for half the year it’s only half as cool as it could have been, but remains good fun.

It’s also got Canberra holidays and public school terms marked.

As we’r online bods it’s only available as a pdf download. But it will print beautifully, especially onto gloss paper. Your office might well have all the bits you need.

Enjoy.

(Right-click here and “save target as” to download)

UPDATED: ~300 downloads in the first day online, I hope you enjoy it. I also note Alex Sloan and Ian Warden were bemoaning a lack of Canberra calendars with pictures of Canberrans on the radio the other day, so if someone can tell them we’ve filled the gap it would be dandy.


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hrazor hrazor 6:58 pm 18 Dec 08

downloaded it and printed it out on my new colour laser. looks excellent

justbands justbands 12:24 pm 17 Dec 08

> (Right-click here and “save target as” to download)

Depending on your browser of choice, that is. 😉

Looks good.

johnboy johnboy 12:15 pm 17 Dec 08

Anytime

Madman Madman 11:49 pm 16 Dec 08

Calendar is perfect for the office wall and in the kitchen at home! Going to get it binded tomorrow!
Love your work JB – thanks for the chrissy present!

One of my photos even made it in there of the building collapse in civic! whooohoooo!!!!!

dexi dexi 11:15 pm 16 Dec 08

Great to have a local happenings calendar. Thank you JB.

“”Why did they want pictures of Canberrans on the radio?”
I briefly considered worrying about that and decided you were smart enough to figure it out.”

Pommie your photos look good on radio.

Bonejac Bonejac 10:21 pm 16 Dec 08

Nice work JB, long may the RIOT reign supreme!

Overheard Overheard 8:22 pm 16 Dec 08

Wow, my RiotACT pin and left ear have been immortalised in my birthday month — I feel honoured!

johnboy johnboy 6:09 pm 16 Dec 08

Pommy bastard said :

Why did they want pictures of Canberrans on the radio?

I briefly considered worrying about that and decided you were smart enough to figure it out.

Skidbladnir Skidbladnir 4:31 pm 16 Dec 08

They demand a niche calendar appropriate to their interests.
Like “kittens in mittens” or “Porn on the lawn”.

Pommy bastard Pommy bastard 4:14 pm 16 Dec 08

Sloan and Ian Warden were bemoaning a lack of Canberra calendars with pictures of Canberrans on the radio the other day

Why did they want pictures of Canberrans on the radio?

johnboy johnboy 3:24 pm 16 Dec 08

That’s what we’re here for.

candelabra candelabra 2:54 pm 16 Dec 08

Thanks for the calendar! Reminded me that this place can be interesting sometimes.

peterh peterh 2:33 pm 16 Dec 08

even in black and white, it is still looking good on my wall at work.

niftydog niftydog 2:11 pm 16 Dec 08

I know one of those attention whores too.

peterh peterh 2:04 pm 16 Dec 08

Skidbladnir said :

I don’t know what it is about calendars, but all of the ads (except the sponsor placement) being displayed to me on this thread are for Lesbian Singles and Lesbian Dating services. 🙂

lucky you. i am just getting dell ads.

johnboy johnboy 2:04 pm 16 Dec 08

Lesbians like to be organised?

Skidbladnir Skidbladnir 2:02 pm 16 Dec 08

I don’t know what it is about calendars, but all of the ads (except the sponsor placement) being displayed to me on this thread are for Lesbian Singles and Lesbian Dating services. 🙂

johnboy johnboy 1:59 pm 16 Dec 08

If we wanted to sell it we’d need to get model releases for everyone in it.

Better to give it away for free.

PM PM 1:56 pm 16 Dec 08

Ooh – I know people in that 🙂

Maybe the next year could be published as RiotACT merchandise?

peterh peterh 1:55 pm 16 Dec 08

wow, the download was that big? didn’t notice on my nextg link….

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