The DodeCal is a 3D printed, wooden monthly agenda that mixes craftsmanship and laser cutting technology

Designer Ric Bell who runs Post, a design studio in London, had an idea in 2012 to create a three-dimensional desktop calendar. Four years later his idea has come to life with DodeCal, a polyhedron, designed with mathematical precision.

The DodeCal, which costs $69 is considerably more than a standard calendar because of the labor that is needed for its creation. Manufactured from sustainable materials, the process uses digital technology and traditional craftsmanship. Combing functional and contemporary design the 3D object is made of a high-quality European sycamore wood.

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