Forebruary is a wall calendar that you do not need to replace. Ever. The movable frame above the surface contains every month needed. The red stripe is not just decoration but highlights the weekend. A beauty. Congrats to the designer Ilya Birman.

(thanks Rusty)

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  1. this is nice, but what about months that don’t have 31 days?

  2. @Charlie, ha, good point.

  3. Love the design, but Chalrie’s question is a valid one… Or am I missing soemthing very clever? :D

  4. weekdays? or february? sorry but this is crap

  5. Another thing is that weekends aren’t really week ends. Sunday is the first day of the week. Maybe “bracketing” the sides of the month would be a solution.

    And the 29, 30 and 31 could be colored red or gray to illustrate that not all months have those days.

  6. @hartley

    Not everywhere in the world considers Sunday to be the first day of the week.

  7. @hartley

    This is true gentlemen. However, a very easy fix to this could be made my making a one-day red bracket on each side of the calendar instead of a two-day one on the right and then simply sliding the framing piece to the left one column. Problem averted.

  8. Completely forgot to state that my idea could be on the other side of the frame that is shown here…that way it can work in many different localities.

  9. @Taylor
    yep, see it the same way.
    Nicely done.

  10. I love the design and functionality! swissness indeed (especially that you published it on our national day!)

    -keep up the good work!

  11. Thank you for sharing ! I really enjoyed.

  12. Thanks for finally talking about >swissmiss |
    Forebruary <Loved it!

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