Dezeen points out this incredible calendar from Spanish designer Oscar Diaz. It uses the capillary action of ink spreading across paper to slowly reveal the date.

I know that this can’t possibly work (without the ink drying out and/or staining the hell out of your walls), but it’s a lovely idea.

2 Responses to “hot capillary action.”

  1. Roshani says:

    Hi Louise,Do you think getting diteeabs is your fault? Is that why you don’t want to tell anyone?I can tell you that type-2 has a large genetic factor, and no matter what weight you are or what you ate in the past if you didn’t have the genetic marker for it you would not have developed it. This is a guilt trip that society, and yes even the medical profession, lays on people and it’s completely untrue and unfair. Being overweight does NOT cause diteeabs, although losing weight if needed will help control it. I’ve actually had people fight me about this because they’re so convinced it’s all their fault. The real fact is that developing diteeabs can cause weight gain!You really do have to tell someone because if you get sick you could be treated wrong if they don’t know, for instance given glucose when you don’t need it and which will spike your numbers.Some classes are pretty good and some not so much. At worst they treat everyone as though they are the same with the same needs while every person’s diteeabs is different. They also usually advise way too many carbs for most people to eat without having really high numbers and having to take a large amount of medication. Regarding testing they don’t advise nearly enough for new people or teach them what a powerful tool it is for them.Look around this site and you’ll find a free education. I address most issues of concern for new people and use straight talk that’s easy to understand.Lizzy

  2. Is that really all there is to it because that’d be flabbergasting.

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