It's a camera lens... no, wait. It's not. It's actually a calendar to goes up to the year 2032, designed by artist Sharad Haksar. It's apparently made from a solid piece of aluminum, though nobody seems sure if this is a manual calendar or one that is powered and self-updating. That's about it for details, but we hear they're going to be available on the artist's website for two grand -- according to a commenter on Yanko Design -- and the calendars will be ready to ship about two weeks from the time of the order.

[Via SlashGear]