Calendar agenda from Japan with a zippered cover allows a place to store loose papers and other tidbits. Available from Ginko Papers. (via Bloesem)
This perpetual wall calendar was originally created by Italian designer Enzo Mari in 1967 for Danese Milano, Italy . It is as functional and classic today as the day it was originally created. (via nova68)
Frankie magazine has created a beautiful illustrated daily planner for 2011. Fabric covered and full of inspiring illustrations, if you’re planning to go analog for the new year, this would be a reason to consider it. $24.95 (in Aussie dollars, I assume) and available for pre-order now.
Super minimal spiral-bound calendar from REDSTAR ink. Start it whenever you want as you add the dates as you go. $25
Paper Source has released a bunch of beautiful desk and wall calendars to brighten your workspace. While we all have digital calendars on our computers and phones, its still nice to be able to glance quickly and see exactly when the 15th is. Maybe one of these calendars will fit the bill?
Gorgeous perpetual calendar with dates from 1940-1975. $30 via etsy.com
Antique Perpetual Calender (by Grays Antiques) You’ll come to discover that one of my particular loves are perpetual calendars. This one is stunning in tortoiseshell and silver and dates from 1918.