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Posted on 9/01/2011 02:20:00 PM

10 Super Cool Calendar Designs

Filed Under () at 9/01/2011 02:20:00 PM

Lego Bricks Calendar
Using the blocks, you can create your own desktop calendar. There are icon blocks to note special days and events, with 77 tiles, dates, blanks and icons to meet your needs. link

Ink Calendar
Ink Calendar make use the timed pace of the ink spreading on the paper to indicate time.
The ink is absorbed slowly, and the numbers in the calendar are “printed” daily. One a day, they are filled with ink until the end of the month. link

Coffee Cup Calendar
The Creation Gallery in Ginza, Tokyo, has an exhibition at the end of each year where they ask a couple of hundred designers from around the world to design or decorate a product. This coffee cup calendar was designed by Takeshi Nishioka. link

Doroyaga Magnetic Calendar
Easy customizable calendar also contains symbols such as going on holiday, arrival, departure, and various others. link

Calendar Matches
Individual matches for each separate day. As soon as the day is done, you can simply light it up like it was yesterday. link

As minutes pass, a continuous roll of time is shredded until you end up with a big pile of paper by the New Year. link

Lottery Scratcher Calendar
Inspired by lottery scratchers, the Scratchender is basically “a much more visual, interactive way to keeping your dates straight. link

Camera Lens Calendar
It’s a camera lens… no, wait. It’s not. It’s actually a calendar to goes up to the year 2032, designed by artist Sharad Haksar. It’s apparently made from a solid piece of aluminum, though nobody seems sure if this is a manual calendar or one that is powered and self-updating. That’s about it for details, but we hear they’re going to be available on the artist’s website for two grand — according to a commenter on Yanko Design — and the calendars will be ready to ship about two weeks from the time of the order. link

Pencil Calendar
The calendar consists of 12 pencils, one for each month and color coded to indicate the temperature. link

Bubble Wrap Calendar
A poster-sized calendar with a bubble to pop every day. link


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