Calendar of modern ink by Oscar Diaz
Desktop calendars are so last century and now same calendar less than the art statements are nothing. This case, the schedule for the amazing ink, which is more a sculptural installation and urban design. Spanish designer Oscar Diaz is behind this ingenious concept and capillaries action of ink on paper is used to display the date.The ink is absorbed slowly, and the numbers in the calendar are daily “printed” and makes the whole process a multi-sensory experience. Are the colors of ink based that has a temperature scale “Color” and the area on a range, dark-blue in December to three shades of green in the spring.