Norman Rockwell began illustrating covers for The Saturday Evening Post in 1916, an association that lasted nearly half a century. His greatest covers are anecdotes about average Americans, each a scene telling a story with a remarkable amount of detail. He will always be remembered for his distinctive style and exceptional artistic technique. But more importantly, Norman Rockwell will be remembered for capturing, like no other artist, the essence and the innocence of 20th-century America. This 7x7 mini calendar is a perfect fit for compact spaces in the modern workplace with ample room for jotting notes, and features standard US and international holidays and moon phases. Calendars are printed with soy-based inks on FSC certified paper.