2013 Calendar Roundup

Screen Printed Calendar by humunuku

The last few days of 2012 are upon us and that means it’s time to retire your old calendar and start a new one. I look forward to putting together these calendar posts every year and I swear the newest crop of calendars just keeps getting better. Letterpress, papercut, and silkscreen; these calendars are meant for showing off all year round.

Harvest Calendar by Darling Clementine

The Scandinavian inspired illustrations on Darling Clementine’s 2013 calendar are bright and joyous. I love a calendar with beautiful artwork; it dresses up your wall in a new way every month.

Home 2013 Calendar by Papersheep

If your tastes lean more towards clean and simple this letterpress calendar may be your pick. These line illustrations of various residences explores how we live and how varied the definition of home can be.

Succulent Paper Cut Calendar by Curious Doodles

I love the graphic quality of this extraordinary paper cut calendar by etsy seller curious doodles. This calendar is definitely worthy of framing.

Gold Foil Prisms Calendar by Julia Kostreva

Here’s another modern and clean calendar with a little bit of glitz. San Francisco artist Julia Kostreva has an eye for graphic design and this golden prism calendar showcases her talent to the fullest.

Beer Food by redcruiser

My favourite calendar of the year is this Beer Food one by red cruiser. Every month it suggests a pairing of beer and food. The illustrations are wonderful and the pairings, while sometimes unexpected, are always tempting, like Porter and S’mores.

Zodiac Tea Towel Calendar by hello tenfold

A practical and collectible tea towel calendar makes an excellent housewarming gift. I’m loving this zodiac one by hello tenfold. Use it for drying dishes or hang it on the wall as textile art.

Calendar of Silly Holidays by dirty bandits

I love holidays, even made up ones, and that’s why the calendar of silly holidays is another one of my favourites. Need an excuse to throw a party? This calendar has twelve great excuses to do just that, like “Leisure Suit Day” and “Name Your Car Day”.

Vortex Letterpress Calendar by Ink + Wit

Lastly is this stunning calendar featuring beautifully rendered illustrations depicting scenes from all over the world. This calendar is a limited edition and doubles as gorgeous wall art.

Hope you’re making the most of 2012, and may the coming year be full of all things wonderful!

Happy Friday Everyone!

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