The All Year Round Calendar by Copenhagen based architect Lene Mirdal is an enormous circular grid that accounts for every month, week, day and hour of the entire year. Further, the entire calendar is color-coded to match the season with purples and blues for the cold winter months, and orange and yellows for spring and summer. The whole thing is printed on 27″ x 27″ (70cm) matte paper and is available here.
Pineal Grigio a 2011 Lunar Calendar design by Alec Thibodeau.
Alec Thibodeau’s “Pineal Grigio” measures 19″ by 11.75″, the exact same dimensions as his 2008, 2009, and 2010 lunar calendars. The limited edition letterpress printed lunar calendar details the 365 phases of the moon for 2011. A continuation of the past three years’ calendar illustrations, the piece is the fourth installment in Alec’s Lunar Calendar Series. The calendar is based on the skies of Providence, Rhode Island but will function accurately anywhere in the Eastern Time Zone and to within a day of accuracy for any location in the Northern Hemisphere. Special illustrations represent New Moon, First Quarter Moon, Full Moon and Third Quarter Moon for each four week cycle. Clouds serve as placeholders in months with fewer than 31 days.
And it glows. In the freaking dark. And is also sold out. Emoticon sad face. On a related note the #1 item on Colossal that drives search traffic is this 2011 Moon Phase Calendar by Irwin Glusker available right this second at MoMa. (via poster district)
If I was in the movie 2001: A Space Odyssey and needed a super minimalist calendar and planner to tack up inside my spacecraft en route to Jupiter, I would probably bring along the Wandkalender & Wandplaner 2011 by Populäre Produkte (for sale here). The calendar and planner come with 100 sticky notes to mark the day when your buddies are supposed to be woken from cryogenic hibernation, or when it’s time to pay the heating bill. One side in German, the other in English. (via design milk).
Designed by Brigada Creativa out of Barcelona, for sale now. (via svpply)
Some fun and colorful 2011 calendars by Melissa Van Hoose (via designerpad).
Designed by Paul Betowski as a promotional piece for UK-based Fedrigoni. Sounds like you’ll only be lucky enough to obtain one if you live in the UK:
To get your hands on one of these amazing calendars, simply email “2011 Sirio Calendar” to [email protected] with your name, company name and address (UK customers only). The calendars will also be available to collect at the Fedrigoni Xmas party on Tuesday 14th December 2011, in the basement bar of Clerkenwell House EC1N.
This 2011 calendar is a promotional piece for Harald Geisler‘s typography studio in Frankfurt. The hundreds of keyboard keys are photographed row by row to decrease lens distortion and reproduce the keys at actual size. The resulting print will be about 2′ x 3′. Learn more over at his Kickstarter page where you can pledge some money and walk away with a print or three. (via man-made)
Moon phase wall calendar by Irwin Glusker exclusively for MoMa. Only $17.