Wednesday, October 27, 2010

2011 calendars: part 2

Time for more calendars, and this time around, we've got photography, typography, painting, printmaking, and two very different examples of an entire year at a glance:

Abby Powell is an Austin-based photographer and blogger, whose work I've admired for quite some time now. Abby captures the most dreamy images with her vintage cameras, and her 2011 calendar features one of these photographs each month.
If you're a lover of graphic design, then Heather Lins' 2011 calendar is for you. She has interpreted each month typographically, with the design printed on a wood veneer card.

Swedish artist Camilla Engman is someone whose work is difficult to explain, but impossible to forget. Her calendar features a nice range of her paintings and illustrations and of course, her beloved dog Morran.

Sometimes, having more than just one month at a time visible is exactly what you need, in which case, Miriam Bereson's yearly planner is the perfect solution.

Of course, if you don't need all that room to write on, but still like the idea of an entire year on one page, then maybe this tea towel wall calendar, by Cicada Studio, is more your style. Its cheery design would brighten up any wall, and I love that it can have a life beyond 2011.

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