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Isometric Risograph Calendar Even if you’re not a prepress junky, this calendar printed with soy-based inks on a risograph machine (one color at a time printer) is still a beaut to look at. ($24) Paper PusherStudio Hinrichs Typography Calendar A favourite of our Associate Editor Stacey McLachlan and creatives around the world, the classic Studio Hinrichs calendar features the history of some of the best typefaces out there. ($24) Amazon, Paper SourcePoster and Wrapping Paper Calendar This colorful poster book is the perfect solution to all those sad thrown away calendars. Serving double duty, each month’s poster can be reused as vibrant wrapping paper. ($75.40) Fab.comJust Type Typography Calendar If Comic Sans and Papyrus make you question humanity, then this typography calendar is for you. Learn the history of 12 lovely typefaces each month without going into a blind rage. Starting at $13 Amazon, Workman Publishing TYPE Letterpress Desk Calendar Beginning as a Kickstarter campaign, the letterpress desk calendar has attracted enough supporters to do another print-run for 2015. Each card is printed on thick cotton paper, pressed twice with a letterpress, and placed in a hand cut bamboo stand–because attention to detail is everything. ($24-$39) iSkelterStendig Wall Calendar – What calendar list would be complete without the classic Stendig? Designed in 1966 by Massimo Vignelli and immediately placed in New York’s Museum of Modern Art’s Design collection, the Stendig calendar makes minimalists swoon still to this day. $44.95 Crate & Barrel (in-store), Schoolhouse Electric & Supply Co