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2010 Andy Warhol Wall Calendar

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2010 Antique Maps Wall Calendar

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2010 Art of Zen Flowers Mini Wall Calendar

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2010 Arts and Crafts Block Prints Wall Calendar

2010 Arts and Crafts Block Prints Wall Calendar

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While reaching art in northern California, woodblock printer William Seltzer Rice (1873-1963) was thunderstruck by the Japanese woodblock prints he saw at San Francisco's Panama-Pacific International Exhibition. Incorportating elements of this genre with the Arts and Crafts aesthetic, he adopted a new style that blended strong outlines and clean compositions with gently modulated colors. The twelve images in this calendar, among them Sierra Winter, Single Camellias, Windblown Cypress, Grosbeaks, and Sunset Glow-My Shasta, are from the book William S. Rice: California Block Prints, by Roberta Rice Treseder (Pomegranate, 2009)

2010 Bears by Bissell Wall Calendar

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2010 Birds of North America Wall Calendar

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2010 Calendar of Bunny Suicides

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2010 Cat in the Garden Wall Calendar

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2010 Cat Wall Calendar

2010 Cat Wall Calendar

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Kliban's Cat and his crew ring in 2010 with a feline fiesta and are soon up to their wiskers in whimsy for the remainder of the year. The twelve striped tabbies in this calendar put their trademark tallspin on playing piano, making use of a birdbath, knitting by the fireside, getting maximum mileage out of a paper shopping bag, and more--all with the style, silliness and surrealism that have turned Cat and his cohorts into cultural icons.
2010 Charley Harper Appointment Calendar

2010 Charley Harper Appointment Calendar

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Wildfire artist Charley Harper's whimsical painting portraying all kinds of creatures have delighted art and animal lovers for more than six decades. Harper (1922-2007), who came by his love of nature as a child in rural West Virginia, developed his unique style while studying at the Art Academy of Cincinnati and the Art Students League of New York. The calendar presents thirty-two full-color reproductions of Harper's paintings, lithographs and serigraphs, from Wings of the World to Devotion in the Ocean. Also included: a brief essay about the artist, double-page 2010 and 2011 yearly grids, fifty-four week grids, twelve full-opage monthly grids, list of international holidays and calling codes / time differences, pages for notes, and a personal information page.

2010 Charley Harper Postcard Calendar

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2010 Charley Harper Wall Calendar

2010 Charley Harper Wall Calendar

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Through his distinctive use of simple geometric shapes, patterns and vivid colors, Charley Harper, with this self-defined "minimal realist" style was able to distill the essence of each bird, bug, zebra or dolphin to the most important details. As he said, "I don't count feathers, I just count wings." The twelve elegant images included here are B-r-r-r-r-rthday, Eastern Kingbirds, Clair de Loon, Red-eyed Vireos, Birdfeeders, Dolfun, Watermelon Moon, Limp on a Limb, Serengeti Spaghettio, snowy Egret, Shadow Dancers (Water Striders), and Red-winged Blackbirds.

2010 Chicago Architecture Wall Calendar

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2010 Do it Later Appointment Calendar

2010 Do it Later Appointment Calendar

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Now in its fifth edition, this entertaining organizational calendar provides all the tools required for a hands-off (but effective) approach to work. Each week presents a functional calendar grid with ample room for appointments, along with procrastinator wisdom, tips, and quotes; an organizational section for prioritizing your delay tactics; and all-important space for doodling. The cover flaps feature a full 2010 calendar; the last page, a 2011 calendar. Sprinkled throughout are lists of things to do (or not), entertaining diversions, just-in time survival tactics, and more, such as "People to Call When I Don't Feel Like Working," "Things to Do While Avoiding Things to Do," and "Things to Count, Well, Why Not"? Lighthearted and upbeat, this indispensable aid for the secret slacker in all of us will keep you on track, on time and smiling.
2010 Eating Well Wall Calendar

2010 Eating Well Wall Calendar

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Providing month-by-month inspiration for passionate cooks and lovers of delectably wholesome cuisine, this calendar is ripe for handing prominently in your kitchen. A feast for the senses, Ken Burris's sumptuous photographs--made exclusively for EatingWell magazine--explore the intricacy and beauty of fresh foods, from succulent citrus fruits, tender sweet corn, and luscious papayas to crisp fall apples and winter squash. Each month features a timely health tip, information on what's in season, and a suggestion for a seasonal recipe found at EatingWell.com.
2010 Ecological Calendar Engagement Calendar

2010 Ecological Calendar Engagement Calendar

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Chris Hardman's ECOlogical Calendar will shake up your world and your concept of time. Designed for use in the Northern Hemisphere, this engagement calendar, like the wall version, presents information on seasonally visible stars, the phases of the moon and tides, the ratios of darkness and light, the seasonal behavior of Earth's creatures, and a host of other details about the natural world. The familiar Gregorian days, dates, weeks and months, as well as international holidays, telephone codes, and time differences, are also included in this highly functional calendar, but don't be surprised if you begin thinking differently about time and our place in it!

2010 Edward Gorey Postcard Calendar

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2010 Edward Gorey Wall Calendar

2010 Edward Gorey Wall Calendar

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"It came seventeen years ago--and to this day / It has shown no intention of going away." Edward Gorey often expressed himself through parables, simple stories of profound significance. The most moving of these may be The Doubtful Guest, first published in 1957 and later performed onstage--the tale of a maddeningly endearing creature in striped scarf and canvas shoes who inexplicably moves in with a staid Victorian family. The book's fourteen couplets and illustrations, reproduced here, convey with droll humor the classic tale of the houseguest who overstays his welcome.