Wall calender marks time by falling apart

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Wall calender marks time by falling apart

This gregor calendar by Patrick Frey seems to be the spiritual opposite of the knitting clock that we covered previously. Instead of creating a garment to mark the passage of time, this one works by unraveling a tapestry that the dates are printed on.

Perhaps both ideas could be combined, to create a calender that perpetually renews itself? [via dude craft]

6 thoughts on “Wall calender marks time by falling apart

  1. wwench says:

    Time would fly!

    1. volkemon says:

      *First* thought in my head also.

      Time would indeed fly by – she would be having fun!

      I never truly understood that saying until now ;)

  2. rmd6502 says:


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