And here some calendars in the more traditional style for the wall — a new page for each new month. This is the biggest round up of them all, so give yourself plenty of time to review them all. On Monday I’ll post a final calendar round up to include planners, wallet size, and a few others and that will end the round up for 2010! Below, you’ll find some letterpress, then photography and finally the more illustrative and graphic graphic designs. I tried to include lots of styles so that everyone can find at least a few to love. Enjoy!
** Letterpress **
Simplesong Designs, Her first ever letterpress calendar. Congrats! $22 (limited edition)
INK + WIT, 7 prints to frame either as 6×6 or 5×7 when you are finished! $40
Linda & Harriett, letterpress with a card on the back for sending after the month is over, $30
Parrott Design Studio, I love the deep impressions Sarah makes when she presses these. Gorgeous soft colors, too. $28
Seesaw, These letterpress calendars are really perky and modern – great modern brights, $28
Albertine Press, letterpress with colors and illustrations that feel very organic and soft, $29
Satsuma Press, soft, natural colors and graphics gives this letterpress calendar such a soft, relaxed look. $44
Delphine Letterpress, More pretty letterpress, lots of animals and flowers here (which I love), $24
** Photography **
Moonflowers Photography, Spend every month at the carnival with these soft, dreamy photos, $25
Susannah Tucker, suntan lotion and sunny beaches await, $20
Flora Douville, I love how this calendar combines two images each month from the great outdoors, $18
D.S. Brennan Photography, Can this lady take a bad photo? I think not. Beautiful! $25
Bomobob, Bob is such a natural talent – if you love birds this calendar will have you at hello. Or shall I say, first tweet? $29
Alicia Bock pretty much rules, doesn’t she? What a gifted lady. This calendar gives you a photo to love with each new month, $X
** All others **
Camilla Engman, this artist has a fan following so if you want a calendar, don’t snooze or else you’ll lose. Limited edition. $28 or 19€ (if you live in the EU).
Wolfie + the sneak, Bold graphics set this artist apart from the flock. She’s not afraid of thick lines and strong colors, $15.
Liz Kalloch, Liz has a whole line of calendars and agendas with inspirational quotes like these shown above, $12
Emmy Lew, Hand drawn doodles transformed into a calendar with child-like flair, $20.
Jen Oaks, I love this girls illustrative style and enjoy the many urban landscapes in her work, $25
Jessica Gonacha, large (8.5×14″, $30) and small (5.5×8.5″, $20).
J Hill Design, Places she’s never been but you’d swear she really has – she gets it right with each destination! $28
Stephanie Fizer, Darling for the kid in you or the kid in your home. Very cute. $20
Little Mo and Friends, This calendar is fun for the gardener you may know or the little girl who loves fairy-tale like scenes, $18
Patricia Zapata, hand cut and delicate, these calendars are worth trimming and framing when the month is through. Add wallpaper or colored paper to the back to give them pattern if you’d like, $26.
Matilou, French illustrations make this calendar so feminine and sweet. $36
My Folk Lover, Catharine nails it every time, her work continues to amaze me. I love the feathery softness of these. $18
English Muffin, You can also frame these when the month is up, they are perfect for the kiddos, don’ t you think? $18
Letter C Design, plenty of room to write notes, $12
Three Square Design, natural elements and graphic patterns on paper with a fabric-like feel, $24
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Every Jot & Tittle, Lots of lines and a handmade touch, these are quirky and fun. $15
Claudia Pearson, the perfect kitchen calendar, don’t you think? $24
SusyJack*, A modern bloom is all it takes to make a bold statement. Susy’s work is bold without being overpowering, it’s the red lipstick on the plain face, the gold strappy heels with the basic black dress. $34
Papaya! – the Birds & Blooms calendar combines nature with the far east for a spiritual feel that transports, $14
Gretchen Mist, Collage work transformed into a calendar so you have art to enjoy with each new month, $28
Kris’s Color Stripes, Love the watercolor illustrations, $25
Flapper Doodle, This tall, slim lady makes me want to travel and dance – shes quite cute, don’t you think? $25
Julie Beck Creative, A pretty amazing artist who creates fantastic modern surreal art, $27
Susan Branch, from the heart of the home is a sweetly illustrated calendar with a country feel, $14
Pennies & Pencils, includes margins for marking important dates, $15.
A lovely selection from Anthropologie, find them all here.
On Monday, I’ll round up a few more calendars only for the wallet, a few agendas, and a couple others that you may enjoy checking out. I hope you’re having fun clicking all these links and viewing these gorgeous works from some very talented people.
(images linked to their source above)