Just a few more calendar roundups to go, but there are still plenty of fantastic designs that I want to share with you, and this bunch includes many fun and unique designs. Keep reading for some cheeky villains, amazing letterpress designs, and lovely illustration. And if you’re looking for some additional inspiration, be sure to check out my other 2012 calendar design roundups.
Check out this amazing, five color Southwestern letterpress wall calendar by Goose Down Press. Such an intricate pattern, and the deckle edge detail at the bottom is great.
I love the color and texture in Oh My Deer’s Watercolor Wash wall calendar. So pretty!
Pressbound has two wonderful letterpress calendars this year. First up, a Russian nesting doll desk calendar with the little dolls dressed up in cute, seasonal attire.
And the second annual design in what is becoming a series, a letterpress wall calendar that blends Polish wycinanki (the Polish version of paper cut folk art) with Russian nesting dolls. This one looks great in a frame!
Calling all bobbies and coppers! The Criminels du Monde are on the loose in this calendar by Mr. Boddington’s Studio.
Each month in the Etiquette for the Post-Emily World letterpress calendar by Grey Moggie Press features a modern or humorous twist on an old etiquette rule. Clever and helpful!
Ilee’s letterpressed and screenprinted 2012 desk calendar – I look forward to this one each year – is absolutely lovely.
Creative Thursday’s limited edition 2012 calendar features twelve of Marisa’s most popular prints from the past year. The pages in this design are joined together with a silver ring, for easy addition and removal of months, and a colorful ribbon is attached to the ring so you can easily hang it on a wall.
A different (and lovely) illustration is featured in each month of Irena Sophia’s fantastic 2012 wall calendar.
Paper Boat Press’ spiral bound 2012 calendar, designed and illustrated by Kylie Johnson, features a different inspirational quote and drawing each month. The date portion of the calendar can be trimmed, and the drawings and quotes can be framed as wall art.
images from their respective owners