T.I.M. wooden calendar presents functional aesthetics
Reviving the conventional hanging of table calendars, Columbia designer Qaaim Goodwin, currently finishing his BFA at Memphis College of Art, has devised an innovative calendar that apart from denoting the current date and month also becomes a contemporary sculpture to decorate your workplace. Hailed as “T.I.M.” or Translucence Towering Minimize, the office calendar is essentially a compositional calendar system, which is made out of wood, giving it an artistic look. The wood pieces feature stencil-cut numbers to display the date and month.