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The Living Calendar allows people to read the weeks, the months, the holidays, and the time, all at once and all in a glance. A large hand shows the current day, and the current month, thus doing a complete turn during 365 days. A little hand shows the current day of week, and the current hour, and accordingly does a complete turn for 7 days. Moreover, the calendar marks the date of public holidays, religious events and momentous days.

According to the echo chamber that is the blogosphere, this clock can be yours for $94,950 (yep).

See also, in between many other clock posts at infosthetics, the visually similar Train Time Alarm Clock, and the more "alive" Human Calendar.

Thnkx Andre. Via Born Rich and Yanko Design.




so how does it work with leap years? because the big hand will have gone one day too fast at the end of the year if you don't slow it down somehow...

Mon 01 Dec 2008 at 11:30 PM

If you have a MAC - look at the top right corner of your monitor.
If you are on a PC - look at the bottom right corner of your monitor.

Now, someone tell me why anyone would pay so much for this "clock."

Tue 23 Dec 2008 at 1:51 PM

The calendar portion of this clock is very similar to this:

Thu 25 Dec 2008 at 4:24 PM

What an awasome way to keep up with todays busy world

Thu 15 Jan 2009 at 4:58 AM
mike eckhoff
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