If you’re looking for even more awesome calendars, check out part one of my 2011 calendar roundup. Now, without further ado, here’s part two!
Illustrator and pattern designer extraordinaire, Jessica Swift, has calendars featuring her awesome pattern work in three sizes: large and small wall calendars, and a cute desk calendar. I have to say that one of my favorite months is February. Gorgeous colors!
Small wall calendar:
Large wall calendar:
Typophiles will love this 2011 calendar by Heather Lins. Each month is interpreted typographically, like a type specimen book, and printed onto wood veneer. Typography AND wood veneer? Swoon! – via Felt & Wire Shop
Oddball Press’ 2011 Avalanche letterpress calendar is the latest addition to the Oddball Press Natural Disaster Calendar Series. You could look at this for hours and still find new details. Is that the devil chasing a butler on the ski lift wires? So much fun … for a disaster, at least!
Blackbird Letterpress pays homage to the mighty pelican in this amazing 2011 letterpress calendar. 10% of the proceeds from this limited edition calendar will go to help the Gulf Coast as it continues to clean up after the Deepwater Horizon oil spill.
Pistachio Press has created two lovely letterpress calendars for 2011, including the Mid-Century Modern 2011 Letterpress Wall Calendar (great patterns!):
Anna Cote’s 2011 Somewhe-re Desk Calendar is a collection of natures scenes from places she’s been. Each illustration in the calendar has been created from layers of digitally altered photos and her own drawings.
Bold, graphic images and large grid calendar squares are two of the highlights from Jonathan Adler’s 2011 Grid Calendar:
images from their respective owners