I had absolutely NO intention of doing three installments of the 2009 Calendar Roundup. There are just so many great calendar designs out there for this coming year, that I couldn’t bear to leave any out!
2009 Desk Calendar from Jennifer Squires Productions. This calendar is a combination of 12 black and white and colour photographs. All images are custom printed by a professional photo lab on Fuji Crystal Archive paper and presented in a clear plastic jewel case that folds back to sit atop a desk or shelf.
Whipup.net 2009 Calendar. Calendar of artwork from 13 artists whose work has appeared on the website whipup.net.
Bird wall calendar from The Yvestown Shop. Calendar measures 36.5 x 26 cm. NOTE: This is only my favorite calendar from TYS – check all the other wall and desk calendars available!
Inkless Letterpress tufted calendar. We’ve taken our 10″ x 10″ letterpress paper tile, and made it into an elegant little calendar. Each month is perforated, and simply tears off to reveal the one that follows. The paper tile has been mounted to acid-free foam board, so it’s sturdy enough to stand on a small easel, or hang on the wall. Each calendar comes with removable adhesive squares for hanging.
2009 printable PDF calendar from Narchi Screenprints. Print a whole year on only 3 pieces of paper! Calendar measures 4 x 4.”
Seeing Eye Calendar from Numbered Type. Forget near and far, the time has come to be now-sighted. Sundays are red, the rest are black – a minor detail. Test your vision but keep in mind these days are numbered.
Limited Edition Thyme Calendar from Nora Whynot. Rich in legend and folklore, each month depicts an unusual use of the herb thyme, from Egyptian embalming to ancient Greek honey collecting. The calendar comes with an introduction explaining each month’s image, eg January – If you plan on sailing the seven seas, take a tip from ancient mariners and wear a sprig of thyme around your neck for protection against sea monsters. Limited to only 100 calendars, each comes with a signed, numbered and dated Stamp of Authenticity on the back. Measures 7.9 x 5.7.”