The new year is off and running. If you’re not yet in the habit of writing 2013 instead of 2012, jog your memory with one of these six 2013 calendar designs.
Mid-Century Chairs Calendar - Looking for an immediate DIY calendar solution? Look no further than this high-quality, printable PDF calendar featuring classic mid-century chair silhouettes. Download yours from Etsy.
To Do Calendar, Ryan McGuiness - Keep a desktop tally of your daily tasks with Ryan McGuiness’s to-do list calendar pad. Each of 2013′s 365 days are adorned with a unique icon, grid-lined note area and the current and following month. Get one from The Standard Shop.
Mid-Century Modern Calendar - This striking design combines retro type, beguiling color and the whole year at-a-glance, the perfect mid-century office addition. Find one on Etsy.
Gregor Unraveling Calendar, Patrick Frey - Watch time unravel, literally, in this one-of-a-kind date keeper. As the days pass simply tug at the calendar’s loose thread and watch the fabric of time unravel until the year is done. Available at Design Within Reach.
Eames Lovers Calendar, Citoyennes de Berlin - Indulge in your passion for Charles and Ray Eames daily with this illustrated year-at-a-glance calendar. Find yours on Etsy.
365 Typography Calendar, Studio Hinrichs - With 2013 marking its 12th year, the 365 Typography Calendar has become a new design classic. Featuring 12 unique typefaces, descriptions, and bios of their designers, including Massimo Vignelli, Stefan Sagemeister, and Louise Fili among others. Get one from KenKnight.
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