De Vet was asked to design a calendar for a new neighbourhood in the Dutch village of Puttershoek. The calendar  was intended for the residents and would embellish the open space of Puttershoek. For each month De Vet selected words that express Puttershoek’s cultural, historical or botanical characteristics, resulting in a calendar specific to the region. She used these words on a series of twelve traditional Dutch chequered tea towels, one for each month. Each new resident in the neighbourhood receives a tea towel and a publication as a welcoming gift from the municipality.

Furthermore, each month an enlarged tea towel is hung as a banner in the glass footbridge of the elderly house, which forms the entrance of the neighbourhood. The footbridge is thus transformed in a ‘calendar gallery’.games rpgсамостоятельное продвижение интернет магазина