1 Shredder Calendar
The “Chrono-Shredder,” designed by Susanna Hertrich, is a hybrid object with functions similar to those of a calendar and a clock, but with the difference that it shreds every single day in realtime. Say goodbye to yesterday.
2Coffee 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.
3Modern Art Perpetual Calendar
Designed by Gideon Dagan for the New York Museum of Modern Art in 1998, this boldly conceived calendar was designed to be used year after year. Simply move the two magnetic balls to mark the date and month. Made for the Museum using injection-molded plastic and magnets, it can be wall-mounted or used on a desktop.
4 Circle The Date Stickers
These are so fun! You’ll be organized and having fun all at the same time with these Circle the Date Stickers. Use them on your photo boxes, scrapbook pages, journals, cards – you can even use these in your pantry! Or, bring them to school or work and use them on your reports or projects that have due dates! The possibilities are endless!
5Post-it Note Calendar
Paper company Fedrigoni turned to Studio8 Design for their 2010 calendar, which takes the form of a post-it style calendar with a page-per-day, a colour-per-month and the user can fold the day (number) stand up everyday, for a whole year.
This is a wallpaper that functions like a calendar. Designed by Christiaan Postma. With this at home, is impossible to forget a birthday.
7Eternal Magnetic Calendar
This calendar was awarded the Bronze prize at the Kiev International Advertising Festival ‘08. It features all months abbreviated to 3 letters, a 32 day, “deadline,” “arrival,” “departure,” 5 “drink days,” and 1 “don’t drink day.” The magnets can be stacked on top of each other to display changing deadlines. Very cool.
8Calendar Made of Matches
Designed by Yurko Gutsulyak, the idea was to create as unique a calendar so that the process of its presenting would become an outstanding event. Each page is a month and it looks like a comb made of matches that correspond to the days. The matches are real and the construction of the calendar is absolutely safe.
9Dupont – Corian Calendar
This beautiful desk calendar is a design of Niels-Kjeldsen for Dupont. Its name is “The Corian Calendar.” The great thing of it, is that it’s a forever lasting calendar, so you only have to purchase one for your whole life time.
10 Creative Calendar 2010
Creative Calendar 2010 By Andrew Ackroyd. The typographical treatment of the calendar is based on the instantly recognizable eye charts, familiar to anyone who has visited opticians. The individual days can be identified using a magnetic magnifying glass. The back page will be a magnetic sheet which the magnifying glass will stick to. The pages and magnetic sheet will be wiro-bound together at the top, and there will also be a hole in the middle for the calendar to be hung from.
11Timor Perpetual Calendar
Timor perpetual calendar by Enzo Mari. Inspired by the childhood memory of train signage, the timor is an interactive flip calendar that will instantly give your desk a retromodern face-lift.
Ink Calendar designed by Spanish designer Oscar Diaz is an unusual calendar that uses the capillary action of ink spreading across paper to display the date. Each day the ink spreads across a sheet of paper of a month displaying new date – the ink is absorbed slowly and therefore numbers are displayed every day. So you need to change paper and ink every month. Moreover the inks are of different colors, depending on our perception of the weather on that month (3 shades of green in spring, orange and red in summer, yellow in autumn, dark blue in December).