Kosmo Kalindar 2022 — Launching Event – Kosmo Kalindar

Kosmo Kalindar 2022 — Launching Event

An official introduction to the beautifully designed calendar for 2022 >> round, lunar, solar, and alchemical << that we call the Kosmo Kalindar, or just Kalindar.

Greetings from the Past, Present and Future!

kosmo calendar 2022 poster

TLDR — What to expect:

// A dedicated space and time to show you a really cool calendar. //

// There will be stories and pictures, an immersion into the Kosmo Story of 2022 and how we got to make and trade such a peculiar object. Haven’t we heard of digital calendars?! //

Join us for:

A Live “How-to Use the Kalindar”

Questions & Answers

A coloring and drawing opportunity
— on @newclearfairy’s colorable artwork
(featured on the BALANCE kalindar)
— on the grid of dots that we find oddly satisfying to draw upon
(featured on the CONNECT kalindar)

 Calendars in size A2 @a special price

 Kosmic Merch (mostly prints and stickers, for now)




// Where? @ Mononom, Timișoara, Romania //
// When? 15 January 2022, h 16 EET — Eastern European Time //

If we live stream, we’ll post the link in the Facebook Event.

No matter if you’re local or not, join the party!
It might be relative, but the experience of Time is something we all share, and having a proper guide never hurts anyone.


Here’s how we stay connected // how you can get your kalindar + other info
a.k.a. Useful Links

Since December 2020 we have an informative yet poetic webpage:

 https://kalindar.net/ (You’re already here!)

feat. a webshop to choose your kalindar/s for 2022, here

and other Kosmic Merch (Prints , for now).

We published The Kosmo Guide to the Cycle of Life

— a beautifully designed, visual, easy to understand downloadable .pdf
that you can get by subscribing to our mailing list (+ 11% off your first order)

Or add the guide to your cart and thus buy us a coffee!

A Blog — You’re here!

Also we got social:

Instagram @kosmokalindar: Guidance material, visual stimulus, graphic design, magick & cool indie tunes

A Facebook page: @kosmokalindar

Brand new Youtube channel, a few days old

Please follow us over there and subscribe, your presence means a lot to us!

Feel free to search/ follow/ use the hashtags:
#kosmotribe #kosmoiseverywhere #kosmokalidnar

We’re grateful when you mention us in your stories/posts, as growing the Kosmo Tribe will bring more wisdom, connection, and balance into this world.

Ianuarius story time

I came across an article by image searching for Kairos, youngest son of Zeus, the God of Opportune Moment, as I am somehow in need of his services, so to speak.

(— the other God of Time, Cronos, the grandpa, is referring to chronological, linear, “measurable” time.  Later, Latin equivalent: Saturn)

Attic sarcophagus fragment depicting Kairos the god of opportunity at the Museum of Antiquities in Turin, Italy. In Greek mythology, Kairos (Caerus) was the personification of opportunity, luck and favorable moments. His Roman equivalent was Occasio or Tempus. He was shown with a forelock of hair but the back of his head was bald. It was said Kairos could easily be seized by the hair hanging over his face (“creeping down over the eyebrows”) when he is arriving but once he has passed by, no one can grasp him. Kairos was the youngest child of Zeus. It was assumed he would overthrow his father but instead, he became a lover of Fortuna.


Kairos (Ancient Greek: καιρός) is an ancient Greek word meaning ‘the right, critical, or opportune moment’ In modern Greek, kairos also means ‘weather’.

It is one of two words that the ancient Greeks had for ‘time’; the other being chronos (χρόνος). Whereas the latter refers to chronological or sequential time, kairos signifies a proper or opportune time for action. In this sense, while chronos is quantitative, kairos has a qualitative, permanent nature.

The article is called Chronos, Kairos, & Janus: It’s Time to Seek Balance. And while there are references I don’t understand, nor care much about, there is underlying wisdom that transpires throughout the article.

Save the read for later, it’s an article from 2015 written by a brilliant Silicone Valley developer, I think, Chris Corriere. Random find, great quality, and even better synchronicity.

Indeed, January is the month of Ianus, the God with a face heading towards the past and one towards the future.

BALANCE is one of the kalindars for 2022 — gorgeous collab with @newclearfairy — Linda Barkasz

(A round interpretation of her archetypal work from 2015, D’aci-Ya )

Funny enough, 2015 was the first edition of the KosmoKalindar.


Now that you’re here, let me tell you something:

We seem to share some perspectives and it would be great if you’d have a look at our work.

Hear our story, tell us yours.

We are all IN time, yet our relationship to this medium seems quite broken and we at the Kosmo Headquarters just love to address that!

This gregorian, civil calendar is a little (grand) masterpiece of graphic design and — say we — in calendrics.

Round, because our perception of time definitely doesn’t fit in a square box.


Bits of history and +meta/- marketing stuff for those of you who can’t join us this Saturday (Day of Saturn), Ianuarius 15, 16.00h EET


2021 was the year we switched the language of the kosmo kalindar to English, in order to reach a wider audience. Yes, you!

We know our product is very niche!

We also know that once you get to look at time from a different perspective (and the Kalindar is great for helping you do that! ), it will be of greater value than one can imagine. Not just because of the old saying that time is money (there are tricks to this and we think attention is an important part of this equation that it’s seldom mentioned) but because

knowing how to swim in the flow of time
riding the phases of the moon and your internal cycles
understanding seasons a bit more…
a sense of meaning arises.

Creation of a cosmos from chaos.

(If you tell me there is no chaos in your relationship with time, oh please come, share how you do it!)


Before 2021, the text on the Kalindar was in Romanian.

The first editions featured the traditional Romanian names of the months.

Kosmo kalindar 2015 — first edition (Kalindariu Kosmosylvana)

Gerar would be January because it’s the coldest month of the year).
Cireșar for June, because that’s when cherries ripen.
Gustar for August because that’s when you first taste the fruits of your labor in the gardens.

And so on.

Then we switched the names of the months in Latin, to celebrate their origins.

Most languages in our western culture can relate to the Latin naming (The Julian Calendar and what most of the world uses as a civil calendar — the Gregorian Calendar).

Oh, so many stories to tell but it’s getting late!
Come join us in Timișoara for our official launch of the Kosmo Kalindar!
Here’s the link to the Event on Facebook.

(not sure how it will work but streaming would be nice, right? )