Most exiting is the discovery that illustrator Steve Thomas, whose retrofuturistic space travel posters I showed off a while ago, offers a calendar of his shiny space art. I will have one for my wall.
For graphic inspiration, I adore the bold, bright prints in this Paper Source Art Calendar.
Etsy of course has loads of beautiful and unique art calendars, particularly of the postcard desktop variety. I like this charming Jardin Desk Calendar by MagnoliaMoonlight.
And this Objectification II Postcard Desk Calendar by SureAsBlue.
And this Screen Printed Botanical Calendar by annacote.
And this Animals of the Land, Sky, and Sea Desk Calendar by InkDropDesign.
And this Helvetica Typography Calendar by ovendoorowl.
And this Letterpressed and Silkscreened Calendar by ilee.
And this TTV Desk Calendar by ebonypaws.
And this Polaroid Calendar by AliciaBlock.
I'm in love with the stationary company Cavallini & Co., particularly their calendar offerings. They have great vintage art themes like travel, maps, plants, and animals.
I also made a few finds in photography calendars of abandoned places. In the slightly surreal category, there's the beautiful Retrospect Calendar by farhmboy, who explores out-of-the-way locales in his native Michigan.
In more moody ruins, there's the uplifting Abandoned Places Calendar by Richard Rizzo.
Then there's the beautifully photographed tribute to that ever-photogenic ruin, the Eastern State Penitentiary Calendar by 13 Black Cats Designs.
So please...no calendars! Unless you've found some great ones, too.