It’s always a little bit tough getting back into the swing of things after a long holiday weekend, but talking about super cool calendars definitely makes things easier. This is it, my final 2011 calendar design roundup, and what a collection of beauties we’ve had this year, don’t you think? Because there are still so many great designs that I want to feature, today’s roundup is going to be a little on the super-size side, but there’s lots of pretty so I hope you won’t mind. And, if you’re looking for even more awesome calendars, check out every calendar that I’ve featured this calendar season.
Lilacmoon Studio combines polaroids and doodles to create the fun and unique Poladoodles calendar. The calendar features six pages of poladoodles (two months per page), and a dotted line on the back allows you to create Polaroid Spectra-sized art prints that you can use to decorate with when you’re finished with the calendar.
Foodies will love this Seasonal Produce desk calendar from Pie Bird Press, which is filled with bold illustrations of yummy fruits and veggies in vivid hues. Available at Felt & Wire.
Aunt June has a printable calendar that will appeal to bookworms everywhere. The Overdue Book Calendar helps you keep track of the date and the days that your library books are due. Very helpful for avoiding those pesky late book fees!
The 2011 Petite Wall Calendar (3.5″ wide x 7.25″ tall) from Inklosures features a different fun and fantastic retro style illustration every month.
The Nimbus Factory has two outstanding illustrated calendars, including the seasonal “Year Round” calendar:
And the “Happy Ocean” Mini Calendar, which is filled with sweet sea life illustrations:
Lovely and colorful illustrations embellish each month of Two Pooch Paperie’s 2011 mini calendar, which comes with a little easel for display:
The eco-friendly 2011 Floral Eco Calendar from Botanical Paperworks features twelve fresh floral illustrations printed double-sided on 6 sheets of plantable seed paper, so you and plant your calendar in the ground and watch it grow when you’re finished using it to keep track of 2011.
Modern circles in a spectrum of color feature in the beautiful 2011 letterpress calendar from Paper Boat Studios. Each page is perforated at the top for easy tear off, too!
A family of foxes and their mountain home inspired this hand illustrated, three color letterpress calendar from Sycamore Street Press.
Inspired by wycinanki (vee-chee-non-kee), the Polish version of paper-cut folk art, this lovely letterpress calendar from Pressbound blends folk art motifs with illustrations of Russian nesting dolls (matryoshka).
The wonderfully whimsical 2011 Dancing Cat Calendar features twelve cat prints that can be saved when you’re finished with the calendar and framed as wall art.
Benign Objects’ 2011 wall calendar was inspired by vintage wood type and letterpress and features bold, saturated color and nostalgic typography digitally printed onto heavy, textured paper.
Joie Studio’s 2011 letterpress desk calendar is printed on eco-friendly bamboo paper and features a different exotic illustration or pattern every month.
Silhouette Blue’s 2011 wall calendar features seasonally-inspired, silhouette style illustrations in a different color of the rainbow for each month of the year.
The 2011 Wood Type Perpetual Calendar from Constellation & Co. features plenty of space for you to write notes about special dates that happen from year to year and original vintage wood type letterpress printed in a rainbow of colors. Letterpress printed in collaboration with Myrtle Alley Press with vintage wood type from the collection of Stern & Faye, Printers.
Paisley Tree Press’ 2011 letterpress desk calendar features illustrations and dates printed in three ink colors for each month. Wowsa!
Plenty of sweet, whimsical illustrations to keep you enthralled all year long in Sadly Harmless’ 2011 Adventures Calendar, their 4th annual illustrated calendar.
images from their respective owners