The Year Ahead – Calendars, Part 4

The Year Ahead – Calendars, Part 4

Posted by on Jan 16, 2014 in Calendars, Letterpress, S'Wicked Blog | No Comments

So, here it is. The fourth and final installment in my calendar-quest series of posts, with yet more to ponder…. Rigel Stuhmiller Rigel Stuhmiller’s 2014 calendar features birds, blooms, and beautiful, eight-color letterpress. I’m always a big fan of Rigel’s bold but refined style, and this calendar offers twelve gorgeous pages of her work. Even […]

The Year Ahead – Calendars, Part 3

The Year Ahead – Calendars, Part 3

I’m giving myself a deadline of the end of this week to make my momentous calendar decision. And, instead of it getting easier as I go along, it’s getting more and more difficult. There’s too much calendar-y goodness out there. Here’s some more of it… Plane Paper Plane Paper’s laser-cut 2014 Geometric Calendar combines great […]

The Year Ahead – Calendars, Part 2

The Year Ahead – Calendars, Part 2

I still haven’t made my all-important office calendar purchase decision. Here are more options I’m considering, photographed at last year’s National Stationery Show (with, again, apologies for the poor image quality)…. Benjamin Paul Benjamin Paul’s illustrations and letterpress really do deserve the word “exquisite,” and their 2014 Edibles Letterpress Calendar is a gorgeous display of […]

The Year Ahead – Calendars, Part 1

The Year Ahead – Calendars, Part 1

Well, I’m finally getting around to choosing my office calendar for 2014, and I have to admit, I’m struggling. Wall calendars, desk calendars, perpetual calendars—the options are both numerous and beautiful. Here are just some of the calendars I discovered this year at the National Stationery Show. (Please note: my point ‘n click images do […]

Which year is this?

Posted by on Jan 3, 2014 in Calendars, Holiday, S'Wicked Blog | No Comments

So, if you’re anything like me, and the holidays passed in a verging-on-chaos jam-packed celebratory to-do list sort of way, and you’re sitting there feeling slightly dazed and genuinely confused, wondering to yourself “Just what exactly happened to 2013?” And, if your holidays had the added benefit of the unexpected, in the form of, say, […]