Empieza un año nuevo, y lo cierto es que la lluvia de calendarios que siempre llegan es casi fija, pero en la mayoría podríamos destacar una cosa: no suelen ser mucho más que una simple foto bonita y las fechas.
Los que quedan tras el salto son simplemente diferentes, originales, innovadores, elegantes, modernos. Todo lo que la gran mayoría no tiene, concentrado en poco espacio.
Fuente | Hongkiat
via Oscar Diaz
This innovative calendar lets the ink from the bottle diffuses across the days of the month.
Square-Comics Calendar 2010
A comic-inspired calendar.
Spiral Calendar 2010
A unique calendar design in the form of a spiral.
Scratch A Date
via Yanko Design
Welcome each new day by scratching off to reveal the date!
Russian Creative 2008 Calendar
Interesting calendar where each month is a different traffic scene as viewed by a trucker.
Each color corresponds to different days of the week.
via Tim Pokrichuk
A unique calendar with a web-like design.
via Carlos Coelho
Yet another spiral calendar with colors assigned to each individual day of the week.
Calendar Made of Matches
via Yurko Gutsulyak
Every date is made of matches.
2010 Bubble Calendar
via Perpetual Kid
Enjoy pressing bubble wraps? You should get this.
Barometer Inspired Calendar
As you can tell, you have to turn to circles to represent the correct month, date, day and even the weather.
An Apple A Day
via David Weik
An apple a day keeps the doctor away. Peel off the label of each apple you eat and stick it to the date.
Happy New Year From Happy Milo
via Jonathan Davies
A spectrum of color across the months.
via Jennifer Daniel
via Guilherme Pontes
A calendar that uses the Helvetica typeface and an enticing range of colors.
Moma Perpetual Calendar
via Gideon Dagan Design
A 3D structure as a calendar.
via Dmitry Kutlayev
Chocoholics, limit your intake of chocolates with this edible calendar.
Dr Reddy’s Laboratories: Calendar
via Sudler & Hennessey
The message of this calendar: Smoking shortens your life span.
“Dorogaya” Magnetic Calendar
via Serhiy Chebotaryov
Magnetic calendar that you can place on your fridge.
via Dave Gray
A twelve-sided polygon as your calendar for the year.
Connect each line to a new date everyday. Kids will love this.
Camera Lens Calendar
via Sharad Kaksar
A camera lens inspired calendar for avid photographers.
Calendar Tells Me Everything
via Maksim Biriukov
This calendar tells you the present year, month, date, day and even the time.
Napkins Calendar 2009
via Stas Aki
Napkin and calendar combined.
via Niels Kjeldsen Design
Plastic blocks with dates and months.
via Qaaim Goodwin
This wooden structure is a creative switch from the usual paper-style calendars.
Recycle Bin Advent Calendar
A hand-crafted calendar using recycled materials.
Circular calendar with a spectrum of colors.
via Takeshi Nishioka
Drink tea from this calendar.
Typographic Tear-Off Calendar
Check out the different typefaces each day of the year.
Tickler Calendar For The Slip Method
Slip in your appointments and to-do lists into each date.
Yet another scratch calendar, but this time it reveals funny pictures, jokes, riddles, etc below each date.
See a new typeface for each day.
via Thomas Williams
A unconventional layout for a calendar. Those dates that are shaded are the weekends.
A 3D calendar made of Lego-like bricks.
Google Lego Calendar
Another lego-inspired calendar by Google.
A cute calendar showing each date with people in a building.
Nie Auction Calendar
A calendar for you to feel and appreciate the texture of linen.
via The Digichick
A hand-drawn calendar with photos of family.
A calendar display of cards for month, date and day.
Pink Letterpress Calendars 2009
A cute calendar with cute messages and pictures.
via Johann Volkmer
Open each new month and be dazzled by the fine craftmanship of pop-ups.
Spin Calendar 70s
Turn each ring to indicate the correct dates and months.
via Human Calendar
An amusing use of photographic portraits of people for each squares of the calendar.
Finn & Rockwell’s Counting-House Calendar
An old-fashioned calendar design.
2008 Map Calendar & Poster By Lart C. Berliner
via Little Otsu Publishing
Each month is drawn in manner to make it look like individual regions of a map.
Another hand-drawn calendar using only black ink.
via Unicorn Graphics
Classic 20th century design desk calendar inspired by railway signs.
See the entire year in a towering skyscraper-like wooden calendar.
About Author – Michael Poh is a freelance blogger from Singapore. He is currently an undergraduate in National University of Singapore majoring in Psychology. He is an enthusiastic video gamer and has a keen interest in CG artworks.