2010 Calendar Roundup, Part 6

Today is the final installment of my 2010 calendar roundups, and I’m so excited to show you what I’ve found! It’s hard to believe that I’ve done five of these already, but there have been so many wonderfully designed calendars for the coming year that I probably could’ve gone to ten. Today’s roundup is going to be super-sized, with sixteen calendars instead of the dozen that I’ve posted in previous weeks. I may also post additional calendars here and there if I spot some that catch my eye. If you may have missed them, you can check out parts one, two, three, four, and five. Here we go!

The bold, rich color and stylized nature illustrations in Turquoise Creative’s desktop calendar are beautiful:

Turquoise Creative 2010 Calendar

I love the concept behind Emilee Rose’s 2010 Paper Doll Calendar. The doll is featured on the cover, and each month provides a new outfit that you can cut out to dress her up. So clever!

Emilee Rose Paper Doll 2010 Calendar

Inkling Paper’s 2010 wall calender features original illustrations, as well as a place for notes, and I love that the area with the months and the notes is perforated so you can easily tear it off at the end of the month and use the artwork as a note card or art print:

Inkling Paper 2010 Calendar

Ana Aceves’ desk calendar features twelve of her lovely, whimsical illustrations:

Ana Aceves Illustrated 2010 Calendar

Check out these handy pocket calendars from Dozi, featuring a range of gorgeous, modern patterned covers:

Dozi Pocket 2010 Calendar

Oh so pretty watercolor style illustrations feature prominently in Flora Douville’s 2010 wall calendar, which is available in French, as well:

Flora Douville 2010 Calendar

I’m really digging the crisp, modern black and white patterns, as well as all of the space for writing in dates and appointments, on Daisy Janie’s eco-friendly wall calendar:

Daisy Janie 2010 Calendar

Claudia Pearson’s calendar is filled with her whimsical illustrations of local, seasonal foodie fare. Claudia also has a poster version of the calendar in her shop. Mmm, now I’m dreaming of cherry season…

Claudia Pearson 2010 Calendar

I love the feel of Mibo’s 2010 printable calendar, which features gorgeous stylized illustrations of animals in the wild:

Mibo Printable 2010 Calendar

Meadowlark Creative’s letterpress calendar has lots of super cool textures and imagery going on. I’d definitely want to frame these prints after the months are finished:

Meadowlark Creative Letterpress 2010 Calendar

Jessica Doyle’s calendar features twelve of her evocative illustrations, including the Four Seasons series to mark the change of each season. The calendar pages can be easily trimmed for matting and framing after the month is finished:

Jessica Doyle Illustrated 2010 Calendar

I’m a big fan of Valérydesignwrks’ whimsical illustrations, and the 2010 calendar (available for pre-order now) features a different fun scene every month:

Valerydesignwrks 2010 Calendar

If you like mid-century modern furnishings, then you’ll want to check out this calendar from P.S. Paper Goods:

Mid Century Modern 2010 Calendar

Lovely letterpressed illustrations, inspired by patterns found on vintage teacups and saucers, are featured in Pistachio Press’ 2010 calendar:

Pistachio Press 2010 Calendar

A very cool four color, hand drawn and screen printed poster style calendar by Nate Duval:

Nate Duval Screen Printed Calendar

Ola Design’s calendar features reproductions of her wonderful original acrylic and ink paintings:

Ola Design 2010 Calendar

images from their respective owners

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5 comments on “2010 Calendar Roundup, Part 6

  1. jan : daisy janie commented //

    Thank you so much for including my eco-friendly calendar in your round-up!! Lovely blog – and lovely finds!!!! I’m a fan!

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  3. Ana Aceves commented //

    Thank you for listing my calendar! Best of luck, Ana

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