We so wish that Oscar Diaz‘s ‘Ink Calendar’ could be mass produced…
A collection of calendars was created for each of the twelve months of the year. The spread of the ink was paced so that each day a new number would be ‘printed’ or absorbed.
Each ink color was also made to coincide with a color that reflects that particular month. From deep blue for December to a light green for April.
The ink calendar was on display in the Círculo de Bellas Artes, in Madrid thru the end of 2009.