If you have been preoccupied buying holiday gifts, going to parties and shopping for the perfect New Years outfit, with just two days before New Years Eve, it’s officially time to get your 2011 calendar.
Get organized, reach your new years resolutions and make a design statement with these unique 2011 calendars. We think having a calendar on display is a great way to personalize your home. Hang or put one in your kitchen or above your desk.
Dry Erase Wall Decal Calendar: This calendar wall design incorporates a white dry erase vinyl that you can write on – it is applied directly to your wall and exposes your wall color. Best part, the calendar includes decals for 2012 and 2013! Simple Shapes on Etsy, $35.00.
The Design Files Calendar: The Design Files Neighbourhood Calendar features twelve neighborhoods from Melbourne and beyond, carefully selected and illustrated by twelve of Australia’s most talented illustrators. What a great idea and what an awesome calendar. Only 2,000 are being produced so get yours soon! Only at LamingtonDrive, $30.00.
A Year in Caps: A series of 12 sustainably-harvested wood veneer cards, one month per card, this calendar is reminiscent of a type specimen book. Arrange the cards on your wall for a full view of the year and the calendar can double as a piece of art! From Heather Lins Home, $32.00.
Mono print Wall Calendar: Each month of this mono print calendar displays an image of an adorable animal printed onto bockford 300gsm paper and it comes with a cute clip to hang on the wall! Katie Viggers art and illustration on Etsy, $40.00.
Formosa Perpetual Wall Calendar: Designed by Enzo Mari in 1963, this anodized aluminum backdrop displays lithographed data cards. While this calendar might be beyond most of our budgets, it is certainly an investment in a piece designed by one of the most thoughtful and provocative Italian designers of the late 20th century. Unica Home, $258.00.
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