Ready for some more awesome 2012 calendars? That’s good, because I have ten more super cool designs to share with you today. Get ready for some calendar eye candy!
This screen printed 2012 Monster Calendar by 55His and Chris Sandlin (SockMonkee) is rocking my world.
Albertine Press’ 2012 letterpress wall calendar will take you on a trip around the world, and you’ll have postcards to send to your friends and family when you’re done. Every month features an original sketch from a different city in the USA and around the world, and when you’re ready to flip the page, cut along the dotted line and you’ve got a ready-to-mail postcard.
Featured cities include Amsterdam, Philadelphia, Austin, Tokyo, London, Los Angeles, New Orleans, Brooklyn, San Francisco, Chicago, Paris and Rio. And Shelley from Albertine is featuring each city with photos of the inspiration that led her to design each month, so be sure to head over and check those out.
I’ve been a big fan of Anke Weckmann’s work for a while, and I’m so jazzed to see that she has a calendar for the coming year. Loving all of the wonderful, colorful illustrations.
The Little Things Studio 2012 wall calendar features eye-catching patterns and quotes that reflect the concept of time and what we do with the time we are given. What a lovely combination of visuals and food for thought.
Miles of Light’s soft and simple Feather Calendar exudes an understated calm. Just looking at this once a day would lower my stress levels, I think.
Ooh, Dutch Door Press’ 2012 letterpress calendar is a beauty. I love their choice of colors, and the folksy florals are so very pretty.
Cat Seto has two great calendar designs, including an eco-friendly Banner Garland Calendar strung with pom poms(!),
and a new 2012 Eco Desk Calendar that comes with a reusable wood block holder made of reclaimed lumber. Pretty neat!
Le Papier Studio’s 2012 wall calendar features bright and sunny illustrations of juicy, tasty fruits for each month of the year. Mini calendars are also available in sets of four – the perfect little stocking stuffers.
Parrott Design Studio’s 2012 calendar features three of their favorite things: letterpress, calligraphy, and dip-dyed paper. Each page has been dip-dyed by hand, letterpress printed, and each month was calligraphed by hand by Sarah Parrott. The result is absolutely beautiful.
I always look forward to seeing the wonderful calendar designs from SusyJack*, and this year’s collection includes a wall calendar, a writable grid calendar, and a desk calendar filled gorgeous, colorful illustrations.
images from their respective owners