FF: Calendars from Paper Source

NY1The folks at Paper Source have a great collection of calendars

…like this 2014 Paper Source Mini Accordion Desk Calendar: “Our darling Mini Desk Calendar features 12 colorful images in an accordion style format. Open the accordion to reveal the whole year or fold up and use the mini paper easel to display just single month. A fun addition for your desk or in your wallet.”

See all the great calendars available from Paper Source here.

 

FF: Calendars from Anthropologie

NY2Meanwhile, Anthropologie has some neat specialty calendars

…like the 2014 Calendar Dishtowel:

“This vintage-inspired dishtowel is printed with eco-friendly, water-based pigments and can be displayed as a kitchen calendar by inserting a dowel rod.”

Find all the calendars from Anthropologie here.

 

FF: The Ferrari 250 GTO Perpetual Calendar from Retro Planet

NY3The mechanic shop calendar is a classic, you know the kind, but a more P-C version of a calendar that would work in any garage is the Ferrari 250 GTO Perpetual Calendar available from Retro Planet.

About Ferrari 250 GTO Perpetual Calendar:

“If you can’t afford a real Ferrari 250 GTO – and hey, not many of us can – you can still appreciate the beauty of this classic car year-round with our tin Ferrari calendar. Two magnetic circles allow you to change the day and month in perpetuity.”

See all the cool retro items from Retro Planet here.

 

FF: The Keisuke Serizawa Calendar for 2014

NY4Another classic is the Keisuke Serizawa Calendar, available for 2014 just like it has been for nearly 70 years.

About the Keisuke Serizawa Calendar for 2014: “Just after the end of WWII, Keisuke Serizawa’s first calendar for 1946 appeared. It was stencil dyed in 12 sheets of a hand-made-Japanese paper. Under the occupation by the United States, this calendar became popular among high-class officer’s wives in U.S. Forces and was devised as a Christmas gift for people in the U.S. Since then, he had kept producing new calendar for 40 years until he passed away, and still even now, this calendar has been produced with existed patterns.”

The Keisuke Serizawa Calendar for 2014 is available from Tortoise General Store.

 

HAPPY NEW YEAR!