Yep, it's 2015, and oops, your December calendar image doesn't turn-page into January. You meant to spend sometime personalizing a cale...
Yep, it’s 2015, and oops, your December calendar image doesn’t turn-page into January. You meant to spend sometime personalizing a calendar with your family photos on Artifact Uprising or something as holiday gifts…but then, well, the holidays happened. Maybe next year.
This year, get yourself a Mountain Life calendar ($20) by Handle With Care. Images by Seattle-based photographers Julia and Yuriy Manchik feature Montana and Canada landscapes that will do more than adorn your office wall—they’ll inspire your 2015 travels.
And here’s the best part: Printed on heavy matte card stock, the flip side of each calendar page is a postcard back, so those pretty images serve double duty as correspondence after each month passes.
Get yours here.
More of our favorite 2015 calendars by west coast designers:
Seasonal Seafood Poster by Young America Creative. ($20; foil-pressed on natural recycled chipboard; made in San Francisco.)
Perpetual Calendar by fruitsuper. ($120; porcelain beads, brass and maple; made in Seattle.)
Moon Calendar by Margins Imprint. ($50; hand silk-screened with water-based color on recycled paper; made in Ojai, CA.)
Love: 2015 Wall Calendar by Nikki McClure. ($18; soy ink on acid-free paper; made in Olympia, WA)
Featured in our January issue: Seasonal Produce Calendar by Maria Schoettler. ($34; printed on felt cover stock; made in Oakland.)