2010 Calendar Round-Up, Part 4

It seems like every time I do one more little calendar round-up, a new calendar pops up that I just have to find a way to include!  But since we’re get closer and closer to 2010, this time I really think this might be the last big batch of 2010 calendars.  Enjoy!

First up, an amazing seasonal calendar from Papered Together featuring totally cool academic- and science-inspired design details — from astronomy to anatomy — and quotes from notable personalities like Buckminster Fuller, Norman Borlaug, Aldous Huxley, and Edwin

Papered-Together-2010-Calendar{papered together}

I’ve been patiently waiting for the 2010 collaborative calendar from Lena Corwin and Caitlin Mociun — and it’s finally here!  The calendar features paper-cut designs inspired by the four elements and screen printed in four colors:


{corwin + mociun}

Krissy found this fantastic post-it inspired calendar from Fedrigoni UK, which features laser-cut pop-up numbers for each day of the year (love that idea!):


{fedrigoni uk}

This lovely mason jar calendar from Brown Parcel Press is printed from a single hand-carved wood block onto a large (12.5 x 19″) sheet of recycled paper:


{brown parcel press}

As if the totally adorable critters and pattern desk calendars weren’t enough, Night Owl Paper Goods went and released a double-sided hanging calendar, printed as always on beautiful wood veneer:


{night owl paper goods}

This beautiful twelve-month calendar from Pawling Print Studio features simple patterns and minimalist shapes from their geometric series of stationery, textiles and prints:


{pawling print studio}

Also in the over-achiever category for this holiday season, Lynn from Satsuma Press recently released two gorgeous perpetual calendars — one featuring beautiful Japanese washi paper, and the other with her signature letterpress illustrations:


{satsuma press}

I’m pretty sure I’m in love with this four-color screen printed calendar from Jen Skelley, featuring a too-cute-for-words hand-illustrated owl:


{jen skelley}

Wow.  If you’re a fan of letterpress, you’re going to love this brand-new calendar from Sesame Letterpress!  Printed on a single 9.5 x 12″ sheet of super-thick (220#) with silver painted (aka gilded) edges, and available in either green or persimmon orange:


{sesame letterpress}

This limited-edition poster-style feather calendar from The Wild Unknown is printed using two different methods — screen printing for the calendar text, followed by watercolor painting for the feathers — resulting in a completely unique print for each calendar.  The smaller hanging calendars are also quite lovely:


{the wild unknown}

Also for the letterpress enthusiast, this twelve-month calendar from Meadowlark Creative features two-color prints for each month, which can be trimmed down and kept as artwork at the end of each month:


{meadowlark creative}

And, last up for today at least, this hanging calendar from the Genesee Center for the Arts and Education in Rochester, New York features a collaborative effort from 12 different artists who work out of the Genesee Book Arts Center, including Rachael of Pistachio Press and Amy of Green Girl Press.  Each month features a slightly different technique of letterpress printing — from using linoleum plates to photopolymer, and from creating deep impressions in the paper to a slight kiss using vintage wood type:


{genesee center for the arts}

{images from their respective sources}

  1. I’m in love with ALL of these, esp the first ones, and there is something about that Mason jar one that seems so lovely.

  2. Hey Tommy! I couldnt agree more – I’ve been so impressed with both the breadth and quality of the calendar designs this year! It makes it so difficult to choose just one (or just five), but Ive been buying some to give away as presents to family since there are so many that are too good to resist.

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