2011 Calendar Round-Up, Part 3

As promised, I have even more amazing calendars to share with you!

First up, I can barely contain my excitement that Jenna, author of one of my favorite blogs Sweet Fine Day and half of the amazing Whimsy & Spice, is producing her first calendar!  Jenna is an incredible photographer, so naturally the poster-style calendar features some of the images Jenna has taken over the past year:

sweet fine day whimsy and spice 2011 calendar

{sweet fine day}

For her 2011 calendar, Rachael from Pistachio Press collaborated with artist and studio mate Jim DeLucia for a wonderfully retro poster-style calendar:

{pistachio press}

I’m also completely smitten with the 2011 offset printed calendar from Egg Press – with seasonal illustrations and a helpful spot on the back for writing down little notes for the month:

egg press offset 2011 desk calendar

{egg press}

Lisa from Good on Paper recently released her 2011 wall calendar – each 10 x 16″ page features two months along Lisa’s signature designs:

Good on Paper 2011 Wall Calendar

{good on paper}

For her calendar, Laura Macchia was inspired by nature – each month of the hanging calendar features a different botanical or nature-inspired illustration:

laura macchia 2011 calendar

{laura macchia}

The 2011 calendar from Old School Stationers is full of color and pattern, and I love it all!  The monthly desktop calendar also features a unique and hand drawn illustration for each month:

old school stationers 2011 letterpress desktop calendar

{old school stationers}

For 2011, Hammerpress is offering four tear-away monthly calendars, combining antique type with vintage-inspired illustrations:

hammerpress 2011 letterpress calendar

hammerpress 2011 letterpress calendar


Dutch Door Press also just released their 2011 calendar with their trademark floral and folk art details – just as pretty either as a print to be framed or for keeping track of dates:

dutch door press wall calendar

{dutch door press}

For something a bit more geometric, check out the 2011 desk calendar from Avie Designs:

avie designs 2011 desktop calendar avie designs 2011 desk calendar

{avie designs}

And last up for today, these gorgeous 2011 tea towel calendars from Cicada Studio – now available for pre-order!

cicada studio 2011 tea towel calendar

{cicada studio}

I hope you enjoyed today’s two part calendar round-up!  I’m sure I’ll be back in a couple of weeks with a few more to share!

{all images from their respective sources}

  1. I’ve been searching for a calendar with fun/modern prints but that is also in “traditional” calendar format. I’m trying to find one with a page for each month and little boxes for each day that I can write in. It seems like all the cool calendars I find are like the ones in your post here–cute but not really useable for more than a decoration. If you do another calendar post, I would love to see some that can be used in a traditional manner. Thanks!

  2. Hi Rachelle! Snow and Graham offers a write-on calendar, as does Dizzy Wizzy (featured in Part 1). Everyone has different preferences for their calendars; I personally don’t like to write on my calendars and use a day planner instead, which I’ll cover in a subsequent post. While I do make an effort to find well-designed write-on calendars that I can feature, I can only feature what the designers produce each year. I hope that helps, and thank you for stopping by!

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