The year is almost over and it is time to get a new calendar. This post features our favorite examples of unusual and creative calendar designs.
2009 Bubble Calendar
A poster-sized calendar with a bubble to pop every day.
2009 Napkins Calendar
Creative calendar by Russian designer Stas Aki.
2009 Nava International Wall Calendar
Designed by Ornella Noorda, this calendar provides information in five different languages.
108Time Box Calendar
The 108Time Box calendar lasts for 9 years.
20 Years Warranty Calendar
Schott Solar produces solar panels with 20 years warranty. In order to present the brand Schott Solar in a distinctive and meaningful way, he created a 20 year calendar, which sticks out of the wall more than 60 centimeters.
Stendig 2009 Calendar
The Stendig calendar was designed in 1966 and is a classic. It graces the walls of architects and designers the world over, over forty years after it was designed, and these people know what looks good.
Justgonesix 2009 Calendars
All of their calendars are A1 size and hand screened at studio luma on GF Smith 175gsm Colorplan.
– Radius 2009 Calendar
– Storno 2009 Calendar
– Roman 2009 Calendar
Creative LEGO inspired desktop calendar.
Unusual calendar made of matches by Yurko Gutsulyak.
Seeing Eye Calendar
Forget near and far, the time has come to be now-sighted. Sundays are red, the rest are black – a minor detail. Test your vision but keep in mind these days are numbered.
“Dorogaya” Magnetic Calendar
Easily customized magnetic calendar with, even, 32nd day of month just in case. Month’s names abbreviated to 3 letters. Chips can be placed one over another. Special appeal of this calendar is special chips, like “Deadline”, “Arrival”, “Departure”, five “Drink Day” and one “Don’t Drink Day”.
This calendar has the ability to show weeks, months, holidays, and time. A large hand shows the current date (and month too) and a little hand shows the current day of week (and current hour).
Also check out: Tea Calendar