A 6-foot long display of a year looks like a masterpiece of modernism.
Instead of partitioning our days and weeks on a 12-month, Gregorian calendar, we can now spread out our entire year on a linear, uninterrupted timeline. The Linear Calendar, designed by Jeff Schwarting, looks and feels like a blank canvas that lets users design their own unique schedules. He wanted to create something that conforms to our natural perception of time, and lets people visual time in a more tangible way.
The calendar measures roughly 6’6” x 8”, and is printed on durable, gloss poster-stock with a matte finish. Shaded sections on the calendar represent weekends, and the months are horizontally printed in bold. The best part about this calendar is that it can be turned either vertically or horizontally, while preserving its easy-to-manipulate layout. Sticky notes and other pin-it methods can be used to mark up dates.
For $35 you can purchase a roll and manage your time on a more aesthetically pleasing system. The Linear Calendar is currently featured on Kickstarter.