Perpetual Calendar Made of Salvaged Timber Doubles as Modern Wall Art

by , 01/04/11

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The Caluouette perpetual calendar is a marriage of two contrasting materials – a salvaged timber beam and colorful transparent acrylic tags. The user can mark the acrylic tags as desired with notes or doodles to signify important dates, and each tag is unique to a specific day of the year. When they want to see a particular day, they can simply toggle it by hand, creating a tactile experience similar to crossing the days off of a calendar as you move through the year. This rather unique calendar is meant to be used year after year, making it a functional and beautiful heirloom.


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1 Comment

  1. vincent9950 January 29, 2011 at 8:22 am

    Be your own initiator of knowledge.Don’t be quick in hacking information and you twist to come up with something you think is original.Can you explain why you are calling your calendar perpetual before I put you to task

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