Product Design: Perpetual Wall Calendar

13 Jan
2011

Perpetual wall calendar designed by Gideon Dagan. Setting the calendar is easy; you move the two magnetic balls to mark the date and month. This simple yet sleek calendar was made for the Museum of Modern Art, can  be used year after year thus making it an eco-conscious. Its string-tethered gravity-defying ball is suspended in mid-air, and can be manually moved to mark each month. A second ball on the horizontal beam indicate the day.

Constructed of injected-molded ABS recyclable polymer and magnets, it can be wall-mounted or used on a desktop.

Designer Gideon Dagan was born in Israel and is now based in Los Angeles, California. He has designed numerous industrial and consumer products including furniture, handheld computers, electronic instruments, and an award winning Virtual Reality Vest. Dagan’s work is noted for its contemporary, minimalist, and functional design. His work has been recognized with many patents and awards, both in the United States and abroad.

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