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Dorogaya Magnetic Calendar by Serhiy Chebotaryov

Dorogaya Magnetic Calendar designed by Serhiy Chebotaryov

I am not a fan of magnets on the fridge unless they are really special. On that point, the Dorogaya magnetic calendar clearly qualifies.

This is a great improvement over the typical paper calendar that you see on so many kitchens. Better yet, you will feel great opening the fridge door if you hang a reusable calendar.

The magnetic calendar can have a prominent space on the central message board of any household. You can place one in your home office.

How it works?

Every month is represented by a 3-letter abbreviation chip. Special chips, like Deadline, Arrival, Departure, Drink Day and Don’t Drink Day, keep track of important dates and appointments. It seems that the Ukrainian graphic artist Serhiy Chebotaryov created his Dorogaya magnetic calendar with students in mind.

The magnetic calendar uses the three dimensions. Chips can be placed one over another when they are several events on the same day.

Serhiy wrote on June 23, 2008 that he is preparing for production. His magnetic calendar should be ready to sell in a few weeks. There is no information right now about the price or where it would be available.

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