Wednesday, December 8, 2010

2011 calendars: part 5

As 2011 approaches, we near the end of our calendar round-up. Only one more to go after this week's post! Today, I bring you travel, nature and pretty illustrations in the form of papercuts, tea towels, naturalistic drawings, the Pacific Northwest, and Japan.

Nikki McClure's inspiring calendar is always one of my favorites of the year. Each month features a beautiful papercut image of everyday life coupled with a word or phase to describe the scene, in addition to a splash of color.

Here's another pretty tea towel calendar for both your wall and your kitchen, from bookhou, featuring a lovely, simple design of ink drawings.

Wolfie + the Sneak's annual calendar is back, showcasing 12 months of pretty, nature-inspired drawings. Find it in a mini size as well.

I may live on the entire opposite side of the country, but that hasn't stopped me from admiring Mossière's 2011 flora and fauna of the pacific northwest calendar. This poster-sized calendar features 13 specimens that can be found in the Pacific Northwest, along with Kathryn Murray's gorgeous calligraphy.

Finally, we have Japan by way of Sweden, with Hilda Grahnat and Andrea Andersson's pretty calendar, featuring Japanese-inspired collages.

1 comment:

  1. Maybe you'll like this "Typographic Wall Calendar" too:

    Made of 2011 Keyboard-keys.



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