The perpetual calendar is the stylish, modern, and eco-friendly way to keep track of the date. Designed by the Museum of Modern Art in New York, this dynamic calendar provides an innovative way to tell the date and adjusts so you can use it year after year.
- First designed for MoMA in 1998, this smaller version of the Perpetual Calendar was introduced in 2008 to commemorate the 10th anniversary of its original design
- To use, simply insert the stand to place the calendar on a desk and move the magnetic balls manually to mark the date and month
- Designer Gideon Dagan has developed numerous consumer and commercial products, including hand-held computers and electronic instruments
- Size 5.5h x 8w x 2″d
- Silver and Black