Sugar for Every Day Calendar

Sugar for everyday, designed by Ivan Pivovarov, is a hilarious take on a desktop calendar. “Calendar 2014  ‘Sugar every day’ was developed for the company DMG as a gift on New Year’s partners and customers . The idea of the calendar is based on the famous ‘ritual’ appeasement of the horse (symbol of the year ), treating it with a piece of sugar.” The white cubes are at some point switched with brown ones, forming the number “2014.” For those who have a bit of a sweet tooth, it’s a great way to have your daily dose of sugar and eat it too.

Topographic Land Rover Calendar 2014

The Land Rover 2014 is a calendar designed by art director Zeynep Orbay. The 3D topographic map has a different shade for every month of the year and is sure to win over geology and design lovers alike. It’s an ideal desktop calendar for a teacher, a professor, or a designer with naturalist aesthetics.

Hälssen & Lyon Tea Calender – Taste of a New Day

German tea company Hälssen & Lyon together with creative agency Kolle Rebbe have created and released a limited edition special tea calendar. Each list in this calendar turns into a cup of flavored drink. Technology of production of “edible” calendar is fairly simple, but done manually. High quality tea leaves are crushed and processed into a paste, then pressed into a fairly thin sheets. From these sheets they cut pages of the calendar and then stamp date and month by food coloring. To make a tea you just need fill the cup with calendar sheet with boiling water. All the fragments are sorted by calendar days in advance of the week – their names printed on the packaging of the tea set. Producers promise that all 365 pages of the calendar will be made from different varieties of tea , which means that each new day will be marked with a new tea flavor. To date, unusual calendar can taste only business partners of Hälssen & Lyon – mass production of The Tea Calender wasn’t discussed yet.

Guinea Pig Games Calendar 2013

Another great calendar from Maverick Arts Publishing. Their new calendar depicts guinea pigs going for gold at a huge sporting event like the Olympics. The Guinea Pig Games 2013 calendar features the furry creatures competing in events such as hurdles, swimming, showjumping and cycling. As you may have already guessed, the guinea pigs weren’t taking part in any of the events. It’s all digital manipulation. The animals were photographed in a comfortable studio for no more than five minutes at a time and with plenty of treats. Steve Bicknell, owner of publishers Maverick Arts, says: “Guinea Pig Games is one of our most successful calendars. We hired the guinea pigs from Palace Piggie Rescue in Crawley in exchange for a donation. The owner of the rescue site handled the guinea pigs.” If you’re interested – you can buy it here.

Creative Calendar from STIHL

Company STIHL has ordered the party of tear-off calendar for gifts to their partners. The main task set to the developers – to do something, that has never been created before. As a result, STIHL received tear-off calendars for the fall of 2010 with pages created in the form of yellowing leaves from the trees. Moreover, the deeper the fall, the more leaves become yellowish and reddish. This calendar will be valid for the period from 9 September till 21 December of 2010 year.