2011 Calendar Round-Up, Part 4

There have been a ton of amazing calendars released in the couple of weeks since my last calendar round-up, so it’s time for the next installment!  Like the other round-ups, this is going to be a long-ish post, so let’s get right to it.

Tara from Ink + Wit just released her 2011 letterpress calendar, and of course it’s absolutely beautiful!  The designs are inspired by animals at play:



{ink + wit}

You saw the poster-style calendar from Pistachio Press in my last round-up, but Rachael also just released a monthly calendar inspired by midcentury modern design!



{pistachio press}

The 2011 letterpress calendar from These Are Things totally brings out my inner wanderlust:



{these are things}

A cool typography-inspired calendar on wood veneer from Heather Lins:


{heather lins}

A super-cute illustrated write-on calendar from sadlyharmless:



This calendar from English Muffin was inspired by weekend farmer’s markets and features an original illustration for each month of the year.  And it’s available in both English and French!


{english muffin}

Illustrator Julianna Bright has created a beautiful screen printed calendar in both a tea towel and wall version:

Julianna-Bright-2011-wall-calendar Julianna-Bright-2011-tea-towel-calendar

{julianna bright}

Caitlin Keegan‘s 2011 illustrated calendar features a small writing space below each month, and you can rotate the entire design through each season!


{caitlin keegan}

The design geek in me totally loves these color-inspired poster-size calendars (there are four available design options) from Melissa Design

Vanhoose-2011-Color-Calendar Vanhoose-2011-Color-Calendar

{melissa design}

…this awesome typography calendar from Studio Hinrichs (via Design Crush)…

{studio hinrichs}

…and this simple (yet hilarious) calendar from Cats Let Nothing Darken Their Roar (one of my faves from 2010):


{cats let nothing darken their roar}

I’ve got even more calendars to share, so check back a bit later for Part 5!  And if you missed parts 1, 2, or 3, you can find them right here.  Oh, and I have a fun little surprise for all of you this afternoon, too – but more details on that later!

{all images from their respective sources}

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