If you’re hunting for even more lovely calendars, please head over and check out part one of my 2012 calendar designs roundup. Now, onto part two!
This beautiful, patterned 2012 letterpress calendar from Studio Carta and Moontree Letterpress, a companion piece to their lovely Leaf and Straw book series, is sure to be on many a wishlist. The 12 months are divided into four pages, each featuring a different design printed in two or three colors.
May Day Studio’s 2012 letterpress hanging calendar is pretty darn cool, and each page features May Day Studio’s original ripple linocut, letterpress printed in six seasonal inks.
Katie Vernon’s 2012 calendar features her wonderfully original (and colorful) illustrations, and you can slice off the date portion of each page to create lovely art prints.
APAK’s 2012 Space Garden calendar takes us to fantastically imaginative worlds filled with cute little creatures.
Ooh, such a pretty, modern calendar from Leah Duncan. Her 2012 wall calendar features hand drawn geometric shapes printed on textured paper in indigo, coral, gray, golden yellow, and pink archival pigment inks.
Amy Marcella’s list-style wall calendar is always a favorite. Pretty botanical illustrations + lots of room for writing = most excellent!
Anna Cote’s 2012 Flora & Fauna wall calendar is so fun and bright, and I love how she’s incorporated each month’s name into the corresponding illustration.
Paisley Tree Press’ 2012 letterpress wall/desk calendar features illustrated pages that can be transformed into folded note cards, and the calendar comes with envelopes so you can easily send your notes off in the mail.
Melissa van Hoose’s 2012 calendars are both functional and so very fun to look at. Several different designs and layouts are available, so you can choose your favorite to decorate your walls during the coming year.
Such sweet illustrations in Studio Morran’s 2012 calendar, and you can cut off the date portion when the month is over to create a frameable art print.
images from their respective owners