Created by design studio Special Projects, the tangible and interactive calendar is made out of the popular toy bricks

People use different tools to organize their schedules and basically their lives. They use planners, notebooks, post-it notes, smartphone apps, desk calendars, and whatever else that helps them.

The folks at London-based product design and invention studio Special Projects, formerly known as Vitamins, wanted to create a new way to organize themselves at the studio. They wanted to create something that was large and visible enough to allow them to see the months ahead. They also wanted something tactile and easy to understand, as well as available offline and online.

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