In an effort to memorize important dates and events, calendars were invented. And we’ve come a long way since the Mayan’s tooth and rock versions from 613 B.C. Now, sadly, we’re riddled with calendars of every flavor: cats, kittens, firemen, firemen with cats and kittens. The list goes on.
I prefer my calendar to be utilitarian. Enter the Lunar Phase Calendar by Schoolhouse Electric & Supply Co.
It tracks the waxing and waning cycles of the moon which will give you plenty of heads up to avoid werewolves.
Dead simple black and white, and will feel right at home next to my Corona globe.
Fun Fact: Bill O’Reilly said “Tide goes in, tide goes out, you can’t explain that.” Well, we can. It’s because of the moon.
This week ITS is being curated by [GREG BECK]. Greg is an Ohio-born New York-based graphic design do-gooder and amateur space enthusiast. His creative agency Longstride focuses on helping nonprofits and cause-related organizations get the best design possible. When he isn't busy saving the world, one typeface at a time, he is doing fancy NYC things like watching YouTube videos of NASA space launches and eating tacos. He is also on twitter.