Just as maps tell us where we are in space, calendars tell us where we are on the wheel of time from New Year’s Day to New Year’s Eve. The simple system of 12 months, 7 days, and every day getting a number between 1 and 31 gives every day its due.
Everyone loves bubble wrap (becoming rare, I hear) and few can resist popping a bubble or two. This Bubble Wrap Calendar from PerpetualKid gives you 365 pops a year.
Here’s a calendar made of pixels you can use as your desktop wallpaper, done by industrial designer Mac Funamizu and available on his site petite invention This he did for March 2008. You’ll find lots more there.
And when the day is done, why not shred it since what is done is done. This found at dvice. Designer is Susanna Hertrich
Good old Lego gives us a modular calendar, also found at dvice which does its own round up of cool calendars.
Yurko Gutsulyak’s match calendar via behance lets you go a step beyond shredding. You could light a birthday candle with the match that matches your birthday.
I got inspired to make a calendar of my own. Just for today, because May 4 is just a great day. Happy Birthday hb.