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Type Letterpress Calendar

True, there are probably several gadgets on your desk that can tell you the date — but none of them can offer the old-world appeal of the Type Letterpress Calendar ($35). Printed by hand on a 1960s letterpress using 55pt 100% cotton heavy stock, this reusable calendar (new editions will be printed every year) offers outstanding typography, and comes with a stylish bamboo stand. Each card goes through the press twice — once for each color — and is then cut down with a die cutting machine, which also gives it rounded corners. In other words, each set is a handmade object that adds a nice touch of craftsmanship to your desk or countertop.

  • Perpetual Calendar

    Professional office settings require guys to give up their swimsuit calendars. Add some setting-appropriate pizzazz to your cubicle walls with this Prepetual Calendar ($40). Designed by Gideon Dagan, this unique calendar lets you move two magnetic balls to mark the date and month, respectively, while the injection-molded plastic build ensures years of faithful service.

  • Colors Cartesia Desk

    Sometimes an idea is so simple we're amazed no one had thought of it before — and the Colors Cartesia Desk ($6,000) is one of those. Answering the challenge of letting you access more than one desk drawer at once, the Cartesia features a novel new drawer system that lets you open them from the front or the side, giving you the ability to access two or more at once. Made from Tamo Tree or Walnut, it also features a clean, modern design with a siding-like drawer tower and a small side drawer to store cords, cables and the like. [via]