2010 Calendar Round-Up, Part 2

Hi everyone!  I've been a busy bee the past few days compiling even more fantastic 2010 calendars to share with you.  So once again, you might want to settle in, get comfortable, and prepare yourself for more calendar goodies!  

First up, Sarah from Parrott Design Studio switched from gocco to letterpress for her calendar this year, and it's absolutely beautiful!  But there are only about 15 left (and it's definitely a one-time limited edition run), so hurry over to Sarah's etsy shop to pick up your copy:

{Parrott Design Studio}

Postal Press also debuted its first calendar this year, and I'm loving the entomological and botanical specimen theme:

{Postal Press}

Catlin Keegan's 2010 calendar features her beautiful signature illustration and hand lettering, and is printed in a wheel format with space to write birthdays and other important dates below each month:

{Caitlin Keegan}

The 2010 Cats Let Nothing Darken Their Roar calendar by Noah Bembribre continues to be one of the coolest calendars available — almost guaranteed to be a favorite for any designer friends: 


{Cats Let Nothing Darken Their Roar; images via maquette}

Decoy Lab is offering a combination clock and calendar this year — the calendar can be replaced with a photo at the end of the year:

{Decoy Lab}

The Lark Press 2010 calendar features letterpress illustrations and hand lettering:

{Lark Press}

I love the letterpress illustrations and woodgrain texture on the cover of this year's calendar from Paisley Tree Press:

{Paisley Tree Press}

One of my favorite calendars last year was the fabric panel calendar from Cicada Studio — which is back this year with two fabric calendar choices:

{Cicada Studio}

This hand-illustrated calendar from Nisee Made is just darling, and is printed on 100% recycled paper with soy-based inks:

{Nisee Made}

Pistachio Press is offering two versions of its 2010 letterpress calendar — a tear-away version and a traditional version with different artwork for each month inspired by vintage china patterns:

{Pistachio Press}

Albertine Press took a slightly different direction with this year's letterpress calendar, incorporating overlapping illustrations with a unique color scheme for each month — requiring to 29 (!!) separate color runs for the calendar — with a lovely result.  Each calendar has rounded corners and is hung with fine ribbon and printed onto 100% recycled paper:

{Albertine Press}

Both Suzy Jack and Snow and Graham are offering coordinating desk and wall versions of their 2010 calendars:

{Suzy Jack}

{Snow and Graham – click on "stores" for online retailers}

These pocket calendars from Sub-Studio are a perfect calendar-on-the-go — just tuck them into a pocket or purse for a handy reference whenever needed.  The calendars feature 24 different proverbs printed on the front, with the full 2010 calendar printed on the back: 


Another favorite from last year, this eco-chic calendar from Cat Seto is printed on 100% recycled paper and includes a wood block stand made from reclaimed lumber:

{Cat Seto via See Jane Work}

Also, I'm afraid I kind of lied — I'm going to have to break my calendar coverage into a 3-part round-up since there are so many calendars!  I'm working on gathering the rest together now and will be back with Part 3 of the 2010 calendar round-up a bit later this week.  In the meantime, if you'd like to catch up on the previous calendar round-up, you can find Part 1 right here.

{images from their respective sources}

  1. Lots of amazing calendars, but has anyone seen a calendar that has space for notes on each day? I don’t want to go with a generic Snapfish photo calendar, but I love writing notes and todos on my calendar that’s hung in my kitchen.

  2. Very pretty! I think it’s so difficult to find a stylish wall calendar that has space to actually write your schedule on! I can appreciate the beautiful, minimal designs, but need somewhere to make notes! Would love to see some of those shared here…

  3. Pingback: Letterpress Calendars, 2011 calendar, letterpress calendar, New Year, organizing

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