2021 calendar: which one to choose

If you still haven’t found the right home (or office) calendar, here are five useful and beautiful ideas for the perfect 2021 calendar, including Japanese graphics, famous aphorisms, a calendar for the family (and more).

Japanese Tenoha Calendar

Tenoha is a concept store focused on Japanese culture and on its shelves you can find everything that can intrigue from the land of the Rising Sun. Including calendars for the new year, in particular the Wall Moon Calendar with the moon phases in each day of each month of the year and the il Japan Four Seasos Walll Calendar with a beautiful graphic rendering of the seasons in Japan.

Typodarium Calendar  

For fans of graphics and fonts, a table calendar that is all to be torn off and enjoyed on every page: the Typodarium 2021 reveals a different typeface for each day (complete with information on the designer and font on the back). For 2021, creative director Lars Harmsen and illustrator Raban Ruddigkeit will curate this calendar.


K-Lab Calendar

K-Lab Storie di Incontri is a collective of communication and design based in Reggio Emilia (Italy) that brings together companies and the world linked to fragility by making craftsmen, companies and artists work together with men and women with disabilities. Among the many valuable works in their online shop there are two beautiful calendars: the 2021 Table Calendar and a 2021 Wall Calendar, both created with the help of socio-occupational centers.

Genius Calendar

Every year the Calendario Geniale (Genius Calendar) is confirmed as one of the real best-sellers of calendars: handmade in Italy with ecological materials, vegetable inks and with digital bonuses (teachings of international life coaches), this calendar has become famous for its 365 days of quotes to enrich us and have fun. Live your days among phrases of important writers, great thinkers and philosophers, and popular sayings.

The Little Prince Calendar

The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry is the most classic of the classics among books for children and adults: a reading that teaches us (if possible) to live life with the eyes of a child always open, the pleasure of discovery, and the value of friendship. This homonymous calendar by Salani Editore can delight every reader (small or large) of the author with illustrations taken from the book itself, but also amaze us with its practicality: it is a calendar designed to organize the day of the whole family thanks to the daily space for each member of the family, the double page reserved for each month, and the extra page for birthdays and annotations.

Target Point, Italian Ideas.