Ever see that Sarah Jessica Parker movie, If Lucy Fell, where she and her roommate had a giant, painted calendar on their apartment wall and would prime over and re-paint the whole thing on the first of every month? Smaller scale and a lot less labor intensive, these magnets still make a pretty creative calendar...
Unlike many modern-minded folks, our frig is totally covered with stuff — pictures of nephews, postcards from loved ones, offensive + delightful cards to one another — and we'd love to make room for these calendar magnets.
The set includes 32 numbered days (just in case), and special days like "Deadline", "Arrival", "Departure", five "Drink Day" and one "Don't Drink Day." The only downside is all the months are in Russian abbreviation. Making magnets is fairly easy so maybe this would make a nice DIY project on a rainy weekend. At any rate, its a nice alternative to the ubiquitous chalkboard calendar without the hard labor of a 90's romantic comedy calendar.
Designer: Serhiy Chebotaryov