Sunday, March 8, 2015

18 Highly Innovative Calendar Designs

18 Highly Innovative Calendar Designs

These are some highly innovative calendar designs to lighten up your day! From a camera lens calendar to a fun bubble wrap calendar to some puzzle calendars! Who knows, perhaps some of these calendar designs may even entice a few towards actually using them.
Calendar Matches

A great Matches calendar design which utilizes individual matches for each separate day. As soon as the day is done, you can simply light it up like it was yesterday.

Camera Lens Calendar

This Camera Lens Calendar is perfect for the photographer in you, who is looking for a creative yet inspirational way to keep track of the date.
Bubble Wrap

It would be great to end each day with a Pop and with the Bubble Wrap Calendar, it would be even more fun.

Scratchers Calendar

Another easy and fun way to keep track of the day is introduced with the Scratchers Calendar. As each day passes, simply scratch it off the Month.

Puzzle Calendar

Looking like those old puzzles we used to play, the Puzzle Calendar gives an added twist to knowing what day it is.

Bamboo Calendar and Clock

A great mix of Gadgets, Calendars and Bamboo which ends up providing a cool looking design many would appreciate.

Pencil Calendar

This is not to write down that dates but provide a way to keep track by colorful pencils. Each color represents a different month, and as you continue using it, it slowly goes through the printed days.

Refrigerator Magnet Calendar


These refrigerator Calendar magnets from Serhiy Chebotaryov provide you all the months in one set, for you can always rearrange it any way needed. Furthermore, some cool additional magnets are added to keep track of important things, such as Flights, Dinners and more.

Office Calendar

The Wooden Office Calendar by Qaaim Goodwin gives a simple Calendar that can be changed with a flip of a Wooden card. In turn, you have the date in plain sight.

Connect the Dots Calendar

The Connect the Dots Calendar is another creative design that looks great but may not be as practical. It kinds of makes it that you have to wait 30 days to finish an entire picture. With only 28-31 dots in a picture…who would have the patience to wait so long for an image?

Fold Out Accordion Calendar

You do not have to be an accordion player to appreciate the Papercraft calendar design here. Just like a simple fold out version but with added art.

Stokkeaustad Calendar

This Calendar is created with tiny pieces of paper with individual dates on each and a colorful result.

This Calendar Rules

A cool Ruler Calendar by Fatih Baltas simply has the dates printed instead of distance measurements.

Lego Bricks Calendar

The Lego Puzzle Calendar gives a little bit more freedom to the user by allowing you to design your calendar as you would with any Lego toy.

Manual Calendar Design

It may require manual work every day, but the actual cubes and colorful months make for a great design.

Image: DarthMurda

Circle Calendar

Artist Dylan Sultzer uses a circle for its relation with time. The simple 3D look also maintains an easy visual on the current month (between the two stands).

14 Days

This is a 14 Day Calendar by Jonathan Russell that is used by flipping the blades down after a day has passed, and thus keeping track of days.

Day Bracelet

Titled the "Today is….Bangle", artist Petula Fung offers a minimalistic bracelet that gives a simple method to know what day it is.


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