Supamoto was born out of the desire to print one single calendar. The continuous design was made because I was tired of having to do so much extra work to see when upcoming events were happening. There needed to be a different way for showing information that was better and for me that was the design for the Big Picture calendar.
The only problem was that it's expensive to print one calendar at the 24" x 36" size, almost $100! So I figured that I'd do a Kickstarter campaign to help pay for a full print run of several hundred. That way I'd get the one calendar I wanted and have a few to give away to friends.
Fortunately, the campaign was a success in 2012 and again in 2013. Backers have pushed for more options such as lamination, different color schemes, and the landscape version. It's been an interesting journey and what started with one calendar for one wall has expanded much further.
The biggest benefit of all of this is hearing back from people who use it to say that it has been a huge help for them. I knew I'd geek out about the new design, but hearing that many others have as well makes it all worthwhile.