To commemorate the passing of time, Japanese artist Tanaka Tatsuya creates a tiny diorama every day from household objects like paper and food and figurines. He’s been carefully crafting his ongoing (and mighty) miniature calendar project since April 2011.
In 2018, you keep your appointments in your smartphone. In 2019, you’ll keep the really important ones in your F*cking Brilliant 12-Month Planner book. This cheeky organizer features stylish calligraphy, a gold foil stamped cover, monthly tabs, and plenty of swearing.
A beautiful screen-printed perpetual wall calendar. It uses three rotating disks that indicate the day, month and date. It comes in black, white, red and purple; 25% of the proceeds from the latter go to Pro-Literacy Detroit. Also available from Schoolhouse.
A winner of Android Japan’s Experiments: Object contest. Kosho Tsuboi’s Magic Calendar is a large digital calendar. Tsuboi’s prototype uses a low reflection display, but he hopes that in the future there will be an E-ink display that looks and feels like paper.
What do astronauts do when their noses itch but they have their helmets on? Which country is so clean, it actually imports trash? And where is it legal to sue a bear? Find out the answer to these important questions and more in Dan Lewis’ calendar. Samples here.
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