Passports are uniform documents that define who is a citizen and what rights they have to cross borders. The passport doesn’t belong to the bearer, rather to the state. This calendar month reveals captivating detailed patterns from various canceled passports of different nations and of specific time frames from the 1940s onwards. The information stated on each of these passports reduces the bearer to numbers and generic descriptions. The identity photograph of the bearer remains one of the most personal elements, but the hardest one to see.* See with UV light Thankfully the bearer of the calendar can ‘personalise’ the following page by filling in the blanks!