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December 30, 2012

Perpetual Calendar Episode 2: Monthly Measure

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I love perpetual calendars.

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This marks the second day in a row I'm featuring one.

More likely than not there'll be another tomorrow, a sort of coda to close out the passing year and welcome in 2013.

Sebastian Bergne is the designer of this simple device.

From the website:

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Monthly Measure is both a monthly universal calendar and a ruler.

The star can be positioned on the notched top border to show the day of the month and the date.

By rolling the star, you can easily change the date.

The dates are placed every centimeter — Monthly Measure can also be used as a metric ruler.

Star has English initials of the days of the week on one side and French on the other.

Base made of solid beechwood; star made of metal.

Base: 32cm x 1.5cm x 3cm.

Star: 2.7cm x 1.5cm.

Made in France.

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€35.

[via the New York Times]

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