Magnetic Perpetual Calendar – Large

Museum-quality date keeping.

Originally created in 1998 for MoMA, a smaller version of this iconic perpetual clock was released in 2008 for the design's 10th anniversary. The calendar is easy and engaging to use. The magnetic balls are manually moved to mark both the date and month, turning timekeeping into art itself. From desktops to living room shelves to art exhibits, the piece fits in everywhere.

  • (H)9" x (W)13" x (D)2"
  • Plastic magnets
  • Designed by Gideon Dagan
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