Stay festive and slightly buzzed in the 24 days leading up to Xmas with an assortment of tiny bottles of booze. Includes a variety of gin, whiskey, and flavored vodka. New to the selection this year, a yummy brown sugar bourbon.
Poligon’s etched metal calendars not only look cool, but offer a satisfying feature – the ability to punch out each day as it passes. Choose from a foldable triangular design or a flat version with hidden magnets for fridge mounting.
Illustrator Brynn Metheney was doodling on her sketchpad when a monster arose from her pages: the Shark Cat. She ended up making 12 different Shark Cat breeds and compiled them on a 2015 calendar. Expect a call from SyFy, Brynn.
Unfiber’s 72″ x 5″ Linear Calendar offers a clear and uninterrupted timeline of 2015, giving you a great overview of all the year’s important dates and how much time you have in between goals at a galance.
Now this is a motivational poster. Launching soon, the Goal Board is a 24″ x 36″ print that lets you organize and take stock of your monthly, quarterly and yearly goals at a glance. Printed on 100lb. paper with a matte finish.
Paper calendars are usually wasteful, but the Calendreco can be used indefinitely thanks to its four headers that are printed with the different arrangements of the days of the week.
Simple but very eye-catching, this ominous looking screenprinted lunar calendar from Brazilian designer Dimitre Lima politely leaves out the part where the Moon crashes into the Earth.
We love the bold typography and nonsensical sayings that Noa Bembibre’s calendar has to offer. Sold in an edition of 700, it’s printed in four colors on and finished with black ribbon binding,
Instead of featuring sexy women or landscapes, Alex Griendling’s calendar nerds up, naming time travel-related incidents from video games, TV shows, and movies for each month.
Sure, your watch, phone and computer already have one built-in, but you’ll have fun forming and arranging digits on this old school calendar. Made using laser-cut acrylic and wood veneer.
Porsche Design has created a million dollar Advent calendar which conceals some outrageously luxurious surprises, including a rose gold P’6910 Indicator watch, a P’7340 kitchen and a yacht.
Created as a promotional gimmick for STIHL leaf blowers, Euro RSCG Dusseldorf built this wall calendar that automatically sheds each day by dropping its pages to the ground like falling leaves.
Made by advertising agency BUTTER, this amusing take on the pin-up calendar was given away by medical equipment manufacturer Eizo to their clients. This is safe for work isn’t it?
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