Exception? If you want to make your calendar a conversation piece and show to your guests or clients that you are different and love graphic art.
So, if you didn’t yet purchase a 2012 paper calendar, here one that I like very much and that will not be an eyesore on your wall.
Did you realize that a vertical timeline is more logical than a serpentine approach to read days passing by? Add a very clean typo that all designers will appreciate, the possibility to personalize it (up to 36 items and 2 recurring events), the fact that you can hang only one month sheet at a time (to avoid that you puncture the calendar and your wall, the company will provide a tacks and magnets package for $4) and you get the best remaining wall calendar worth buying and hanging. $30. At Make Collab.