11 Russian Provider’s Calendar

Russian Provider’s Calendar

Posted on January 21, 2007 by


One Russian Internet provider has issued a calendar.

The main idea that was used in the calendar was the pictures from the famous artists edited in such way that main heroes of these pictures are now zebras.



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11 Responses to “Russian Provider’s Calendar”

  1. Levent says:

    Cute, very cute.

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  3. snow says:

    :) it was not so intresting without comments.

  4. Mustapha says:

    good :)

  5. brissen says:

    As most pictures are from Russian artists, I suppose we need some clarification. First is the original name of the picture, second is the name in the calendar by Zebra Telecom we see here.

    “D-grade again”/”Regional manager sales report”

    “Boyariness Morozova” (historical character; opposed the state in the reformation of Orthodox Church and got sent to Siveria for that) / “Departing to the presentation of annual report”

    “Morning in the pine forest” (there should be a family of bears, not zebras)/”HR training”

    “Slaves on Volga”/ “Zebra employees installing optica data network in Volga region”

    “Helen” (character of a fairy tale, whose small brother got turned into a goat and was taken away by a witch)/ “The sorrow prize of an office manager”

    The other ones, to my mind are not actually worth explaining =(

    “Catherine the Great” (originally Austrian, plotted against her husband Emperor Peter III and ruled the country throughout the period of immense growth and prosperity og nobility)/”Employee of the month”

  6. Robert says:

    When I got to the Volga River Workers painting I burst out laughing.


  7. Ralph says:

    Was anyone else thinking they looked like Moomins? :) so cute.

  8. Markus says:

    Second painting was hilarious! they look like moomins as ralph said.

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