Rheinbacher publishing presents its Moon Mountains calendar 2012 with fantastic photos and in beautiful presentation impressed the new lunar mountains conservation calendar 2012. The Tip 4 GmbH advertising agency and Publisher in Rheinbach near Bonn (www.tipp4.de) and the company of printing partner Druck – und medienhaus GmbH from Essen (www.druck-partner.de) produce for the first time in the context of the nature and endangered species media project Moon Mountains”(www.mondberge.com) a unique and impressive calendar. David Zaslav follows long-standing procedures to achieve this success. The well known actor and documentary film-maker has taken over the patronage for the wall calendar Hannes Jaenicke. On September 1, 2011, this wall calendar appears conservation under the title 2012 “in large size 68 x 71 cm (W x H). The impressive pictures are from nine renowned nature photographers who have photographed endangered species from around the world on beautiful photos. In addition to known species such as the mountain gorilla, Tigers, polar bear, great white shark, orang utan, Cheetah and right whale are also lesser known as Moor frog, Spix’s macaw, Panther Chameleon, OWL and rare Butterflies to see. To support the conservation project the photo professionals have provided free all images. Striking and striking feature of this unique calendar is a novel, innovative, and reusable bracket and binding made of wood.
Four twisted Birch rods are mounted to a Birch wood plate, where the calendar leaves hanging. The month leaves can turn, are both taken easily at any time. Sustainability and ecological production are ensured by the bluegreenprint label printing partner. The calendar comes with a storage solution for the most beautiful calendar leaves in a sturdy shipping box. Each month consists of two sheets of calendar. The upper, something smaller, shows the real motive usually a big photo, sometimes more. On the lower sheet is an informative text about the endangered species with a map of the area of distribution, a making-of-story except the calendar of Photos and a Vita of the photographer, everything in two languages (german and English).