Here’s a fun post I’ve pulled together for us today of a few calendars for ’07 that I think you’ll really like. It’s a great time to purchase one (or to give to a friend), but act fast as many are selling out as I type this. If you have any to add to this list, please comment below so we can check ‘em out! Okay, so let’s get started (these are in no particular order, they just spilled out of my brain this way.)
I recently discovered Boston’s own Jennifer Hill (thanks for writing to me Jennifer!) and simply love her perky prints. Clean bold calendars are available for both the desk ($15) or wall ($30). I own the one for the desk and can’t wait to use it in ’07! Her collection is called ‘Places I’ve Never Been’ and is based on how she interprets various destinations into illustrative form using shape, color, and pattern, all of places she’d not yet visited. Her papergoods collection includes fine art prints and cards, too. (thanks for the tip, Jennifer!) Shop online here. You can also purchase the desk calendar on Jennifer’s new Etsy shop.
Nostalgia awaits with the Little Golden Books calendar, another Fred Flare find for $14. Fred says they are sold out, but you can always google it to find it elsewhere (ebay, perhaps?) or contact Fred and friends to see if they plan to re-stock. Ya never know…
I love the latest creation from Good On Paper, the Save The Date calendar featuring two months per page of assorted designs. So pretty! $20.
These calendars are from D-Bros in Japan, which can be located at Zozotown or the Hara Museum Shop in Japan (who sells and ships them abroad.) These are so unique and fun, they had to be from Japan. VIA: Oh Joy!
Snow + Graham desk calendar from our friends over at See Jane Work $18. Letterpress love – great patterns!
Port to Port limited edition letterpress printed calendar. Delish. Even though I heard they sold out as soon as they hit her etsy store, I enjoyed the images so much that I wanted to post them anyway. VIA: Oh Joy!
The Time Is Now calendar from Nikki McClure, from Buy Olympia. Bold and detailed, great wall candy for $16.
This owl calendar from Tennis Anyone? in Chicago is a real hoot. When 2007 is complete, you can trim this letterpress calendar, keeping the cherished owl as art! Only 5 in stock, so get flyin’! $12.
Wonderful whimsical calendar from Little Otsu and artist Jennie Smith from Cut + Paste. Could this be prettier? $11.
The talented Diana Fayt from San Francisco has a gorgeous calendar available via her online store for only $28 – it can definitely double as art – super pretty and has a definite Japanese/Scandinavian vibe going on. At least I think so…
And of course, we can’t forget Camilla Engman for 2007 and her lovely illustrated calendar for $24. We heart Camilla.
Did I miss anyone?
(top image from port to port. all others from artists mentioned above.)
I really like this silkscreened poster from Limescreen, the clean graphics, very few colors, it has a great seasonal look to it, don’t you think? And for $23, I think it would look really great if you have it framed and then mix it into the art in your home for fresh modern twist. Each poster is signed and numbered by the artist, Maarit from Finland. Only 3 left in stock, hurry!
(images from limescreen)
These porcelain napkin rings from dinner-ware are exactly what I’ve been looking for to dress up my table yet still keeping things somewhat casual for the day-to-day. How about you? These are available in six styles (mod dot, sunburst, flowers, alphabet, star flowers, pinwheel) and look good either as a set or if you choose, you can mix and match ‘em. I love these birch cork coasters, too.
(images from dinner-ware)
These are so sweet I had to share them with you today if you’ve missed them elsewhere. I spotted the Mathieu Challi?res bird pendant in the November issue of Living Etc and also over at Lena’s blog. When I searched their website, I found a few other faves, especially the apple light. Aren’t they all so appealing, in a kitschy cute way?
On a tight budget? I wonder how DIY friendly these would be with a little wire from your local home store, a light kit from IKEA, and a visit to the local craft store for birds or fruit?
(images from mathieu challi?res)