The CMYK Color Swatch Calendar 2015, by Peter von Freyhold, comes with 371 daily strips (already perforated), each with their exact CMYK values. As you tear them off each day, you can bind them (with the included screw) to create your own swatch book. Available from $50.83 USD to $67.83 USD shipped, depending on where it’s going, from The Bazaar.
The Circular Calendar for 2015 is a cool design where the yellow circle displays the daily sun hours on latitude 50° north of the equator during the year. The extra rings mark the daily sun hours on latitudes 40° and 30° north of the equator. Get one for €24.
Inkello is back for the 6th year bringing you a pocket-sized, matchbook calendar that’s handprinted on antique letterpress with a cover in either tomato red, yellow moss, blue raspberry, or charcoal brown. Available for $8.
Designed by Philip Stroomberg, The Cube Calendar turns the calendar into a new form that lets you tear off a card for each day. Every few days, a card with a quote about time pops up. Available for £22.95 from Design Museum Shop.
A Design Milk favorite – the massive Stendig calendar based on Massimo Vignelli’s 1966 design. Available from GNR8 for $39.95.
JUST TYPE 2015 celebrates the font each month with looks back at the most distinctive and historic typefaces. Available now on Amazon for $12.43.
We all know how satisfying it is to pop all those bubble wrap bubbles so getting to do it daily throughout the year with the Bubble Calendar sounds pretty damn fun, doesn’t it? Get one for $24.99.
From Studio Hinrichs comes the 365 Typography Calendar, full of classic and revival typefaces, along with new ones, you can enjoy all year long. Available as a Desk Size for $29 or Super Size for $47 on Amazon.
The Wandekalendar 2015 is a dual-sided calendar that hangs either horizontally (yellow) or vertically (black) and comes with 100 Post-it Notes so you can add important dates and reminders. Available for 19.50€ here.
TYPE is a letterpress calendar that sits on your desk in an eco-friendly bamboo stand. Printed on a 1960’s letterpress, each month is printed twice, once in black and once in gray, to get the two-tone look. $39 with a stand or $24 for the refill from iSkelter.
We’re all about supporting independent artists and with the help of companies like Society6, it’s a whole lot easier. The 2015 Society6 Artist Calendar is a limited edition of 1,500 units and each month features an original work of art. Only $20.
Perfect for the minimalist, the 2015 Year Planner from Tom Pigeon lays out the year with plenty of space to write on each day. The two color planner is screen printed on a natural white paper giving it a clean look. Available for £20.00.
In its 6th edition, the Typographic Wall Calendar, designed by Harald Geisler, features 2015 used keyboard keys to represent the year. Each one is manually laid out to write out all of the days and then photographed. Available for 29,00€.