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Dicecal RPG Dice Desk Calendar

By: on November 30, 2016
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Never miss a day as you roll through 2017 with a dodecahedron on your desktop. Andrea Kis has won multiple design awards for her Dicecal desk calendar, a superbly geeky (and decidedly practical!) tribute to RPG gamers.

Naturally, the 3D polyhedron has 12 sides, one for each month of the year, and each with a large enough surface area to support the supersized, but lightweight, die when you turn it to face the appropriate month out. Kis hand-origamis the calendars from thick paper and glue.

In addition to 2017's monthly calendar view, the Dicecal also depicts graphics of different playing dice. And, for the hardcore RPG nerds, the numbers printed inside them are "randomized in a way to ensure maximum potential probability."

Muchas danke to Marton F. for the Dude Product Tip.

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