2010 Modern Calendars

In need of a modern calendar for your cubicle, office, or kitchen? Well, we’ve got ’em here — the Design Milk team has rounded up a comprehensive list of our favorite modern calendars for 2010.


Try this clean and simple one-page 2010 planner from Crispin Finn. You can purchase one through Crispin’s website for £10.



Check out this one, designed on a single page so that it is possible to view the whole year at a glance. This enables the viewer to start making new associations between events and time in general. A lunar calendar is integrated into the layout making it easy to see full and new moons. £20 including shipping within the EU, £25 including shipping worldwide, at


Have fun popping one of these bubbles each and every day on the 2010 Bubble Calendar, available in 4 languages and vertical or horizontal layout. The cost is $20.10 (clever!), and you can get one at


Typodarium 2010 is a tear-off calendar that features 18 designers & 365 fonts. Get it for €16.80 at


Click and print Blue Ant Studio’s mid-century-inspired 2010 calendar for free!

Linear calendar from The Made Shop for $25.



This 2010 calendar from Philip Luscombe is all relief, embossed using brass die parts and a hand press.


The 2010 Stendig 4′ by 3′ calendar is my personal favorite and I plan on ordering a new one soon. You can get one for $30 at Unica Home.



Sub-Studio has created a teeny tiny pocket calendar available with 24 different sayings and 3 color schemes, for just $4 each. You can also customize your own for just $1 more.


This one from e.m.papers offers monthly inspiration — and it’s only $7 because you print it yourself!


The 2010 Pentagram calendar designed by Kit Henrichs uses typefaces available at Veer. The calendar is available in 2 sizes and is 12 months of type porn. It costs $26 and $44 and is available at Veer.


Kikki.K 2010 Typography Monthly Diary available on their website for $29.95 AUD.



Cats Let Nothing Darken Their Roar, 2010 edition is available in two sizes: standard ($32) and oversized ($60). Order it through their website.

Jaime Derringer, Founder + Executive Editor of Design Milk, is a Jersey girl living in SoCal. She dreams about funky, artistic jewelry + having enough free time to enjoy some of her favorite things—running, reading, making music, and drawing.