It’s that time again – time for a whole new year. A fresh start. A new beginning. Or just more of the same old, same old. Any way you slice it, it’s time for a new calendar. For 2013, we’ve rounded up 25 of our favorite 2013 modern calendars. Which one will grace your wall or desk this coming year?
The team from urbnCal is back with their 2013 calendar where they choose a city every year and photograph number plates they see around while on their bikes. They then turn those numbers into the days on the calendar. This year they went Nordic and shot images from five cities: Stockholm, Copenhagen, Helsinki, Oslo, and Reykjavik. The urbnCal is available for $32 via Supermarket.
Get your craft on with the Heather Lins Stitch the Stars Calendar Kit where each month you connect the dots with embroidery thread (included) to create that month’s constellation. Get yours for $24 here.
The Vertical (get it?) from MAKE Collaboration is made up of twelve, 12″ x 36″ sheets that will change the way you look at time – each day transitions to the next as it moves down the page. Available for $29.99 here.
The year is represented with the number of computer keys used (and that would be 2,013 total) and each day is written out in its own unique way. The 2013 Typographic Wall Calendar by Harald Geisler doesn’t scream calendar but is a fun print for your wall with a gentle nod to the year. Available for €25.13.
NeuYear has come out with several versions of their two-calendars-in-one design – one side is oriented horizontally while the other side is vertical so you can choose what works best for your wall. It also comes either laminated (to use with dry erase markers) or uncoated so you can write yourself notes on important dates. Available for $30 here.
Now in its 12th edition, the 365 Typography Calendar from Studio Hinrichs features 12 unique typefaces along with a description and a bio on each designer. The smaller Desk/Wall size (12″ x 18″) is $36 and the Super Size (23″ x 33″) is $55 and available here.
The Wandkalendar 2013 comes complete with 100 sticky notes to mark important days on the two-sided wall calendar. The red side is in English while the black side is in German. Available for €14.50 here.
The Colour Wheel Calendar 2013 is a Gregorian calendar that includes a simplified Chinese calendar and a comprehensive lunar cycle. Designed by Kayalight Studios, the print is available for £17.30 here.
I’m sure we missed a ton of great ones, so share them with us in the comments below!