Top 10 Calendars To Keep Track Of 2016

Though the holiday season may already seem like a hazy memory, it’s not too late to start getting sorted for the year ahead. In the spirit of starting as we mean to go on, we’ve gathered a selection of calendars to stay on track with all manner of New Year’s resolutions, as well as upcoming events worth looking forward to. For more inspiration to help you stay organised, visit our shop.

FORMOSA BY ENZO MARI FOR DANESE

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Enzo Mari’s 1962 design for Danese Milano remains eternally modern. Made from a black aluminium with PVC lithograph sheets, the classic wall calendar is available in several languages. It’s available for purchase here.

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TWO ZERO ONE SIX CALENDAR BY KRISTINA KROGH

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A typographic treat from Danish studio Kristina Krogh, the ‘Two Zero One Six’ calendar is printed in grey type on beige matte paper and letterpressed with metallic gold foil, adding an eye-catching finish to a pleasingly muted palette. It’s available for purchase here.

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A0 WALL CALENDAR BY OCTAGON DESIGN

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This foldable wall planner created by young Catalan studio Octàgon Design provides an overview of the year in one glance, stacked into a neat grid. Printed in Barcelona on recycled paper, it’s available here.

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ETERNAL CLOCK CALENDAR BY SHIGEKI YAMAMOTO DESIGN

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What appears to be a wall clock is in fact an everlasting calendar, cleverly designed by Shigeki Yamamoto to serve as an elegant way to keep track of the day, date and month. Adjustable by hand, it’s available for purchase here.

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THE STENDIG CALENDAR BY MASSIMO VIGNELLI

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Massimo Vignelli’s monochromatic, oversized design for Stendig is the only calendar to have been added to MoMA’s permanent collection – in 1966, the year it was created. Over 40 years later, the monochromatic collector’s item has solidified its place in design history. It’s available here.

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INDEX CARD CALENDAR BY PRESENT & CORRECT

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London’s cult stationery shop created a compact calendar inspired by their penchant for index cards. Each card is divided into a grid calendar on the front, with room for notes on the back, held together by a block made from Douglas-Fir wood. It’s available here.

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SNUG.TOYBLOCKS CALENDAR BY SNUG.STUDIO

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Hannover-based Snug.studio created a graphic wall calendar with each month represented by a geometric number formed from ‘building blocks’, creating a playful, abstract feel. It’s available here.

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ROLL VERTICAL SCROLL CALENDAR BY INCIPIT LAB

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A design with philosophical undertones, the Roll Vertical Scroll calendar rolls through an infinite loop of combinations in perpetual repetition. Created by Milanese design studio Sovrappensiero, the Roll Vertical Scroll was crafted from natural stained beech, and printed with with Tyvek graphics. It’s available here.

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SNUG.COLUMN WALL CALENDAR BY STUDIO.SNUG

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Snug.studio neatly carved out each month into its own vertical column for this minimal created wall planner. While slick and simple, it still allows plenty of room to note key birthdays, appointments and events. It’s available here.

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CARPE DIEM COUNTDOWN CALENDAR BY DOIY

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For those who enjoy counting down, Doiy’s Carpe Diem calendar offers that most motivational of concepts. Each day takes the form of a square to tear off, providing a potent reminder that how we spend our days is how we spend our lives. It’s available here.

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