Ink Calendar Marks Passage of Time Through Slowly Spreading Ink

Ink Calendar by Oscar Diaz

“Ink Calendar” marks the passage of time by the slow spread of ink through paper. The ink is drawn from an inkwell by capillary action—each day a new number absorbs ink and becomes visible. The calendar was created by London-based designer Oscar Diaz back in 2007.

Ink Calendar by Oscar Diaz

Ink Calendar by Oscar Diaz

via razorshapes & My Modern Metropolis

photos via Oscar Diaz

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