The Periodic Calendar, "the last calendar you will ever need"


Mon, Dec 3rd, 2012 12:00 by capnasty NEWS

Designed by writer and conceptual artist Joey Sellers, the Periodic Calendar is as utterly confusing as it is awesome. With the understanding that there are only seven types of years, determined by the day of the week they start on, the calendar will allow you to know any date in the present, future or past. Joey explains it much better than I do on the IndieGoGo website, where he is also trying to raise funds to cover the costs of printing.

Modeled on the Periodic Table of Elements, the Periodic Calendar uses a previously ignored dimension within our conception of time to reveal the full landscape of possible days and become a fully functional perpetual calendar capable of exploring the past, present and future!



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