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1960s Danese Formosa perpetual wall calendar by Enzo Mari

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Way back in 2006 (yes, we have been going that long), we featured the classic Enzo Mari Timor desk calendar, which dates back to 1967. But the designer actually made another calendar a few years earlier, the Danese Formosa perpetual wall calendar.

This one dates back to 1963 and is available in a few different colour options and crucially, different languages – English, Italian, German and French. The back plate is made of eloxated aluminium, with the lithographs on PVC sheets.

Want one? £120 gets you one – and it should last you a lifetime of you look after it.

Find out more at the Panik Design website

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