Wednesday, December 29, 2010
If you use an electronic calendar, you don't need to concern yourself with a new calendar as we go into a new year. But if you're a paper-calendar (or planner) person, take a look at some of these calendars!
This totally delightful calendar comes from English Muffin, a small design studio in Montreal. The English version is sold out, but you can still get the French version - and that might be more fun to have, anyway. [via Bloesem]
Another lovely option is the Typographic Calendar from Michelle of Kensington Design & Paperie. As she explains, this 12-month calendar "starts with the month that you order your calendar and includes the 11 months following that."
If you prefer a planner, Rag & Bone Bindery has some stunning ones. I had to include two pictures, so you could see one of the many covers, as well as the interior.
This 2011 planner comes from My Handbound Books; there are seven or so color options.
This amusing planner comes from Julie Joliat in Switzerland. The first printing sold out, but another printing should become available the first week in January. [via Swissmiss]
The wall decal calendars from Simple Shapes fill a different sort of calendar need.
And for something totally different, there's the adhesive-tape calendar!
Two other specialized planners are worth noting - although they aren't very eye-catching. If you're a David Allen devotee, you might want to look at the GTD Coordinator. And if you're into long-term planning, you can get a five-year datebook, as I learned from Mighty Goods.
First Look: 2011 Calendars
Planning Ahead: 2011 Calendars
One Calendar That Deserves a Post All Its Own