caitlin keegan 2011 calendar

I love seeing calendars embrace unexpected layouts and shapes, so this new 2011 calendar from Caitlin Keegan is right up my alley. Printed using soy-based inks on recycled cover stock, Caitlin’s new calendar is a circular sun print that includes spaces to write important dates below each month. If you’re in the market for something a little different from your calendar next year, click here to check out and shop ($25 each) Caitlin’s calendar online. xo, grace

*P.S.: Because Ashley had her beautiful baby boy last week, she’ll be taking some time off from “Small Measures” while she recuperates and enjoys time with Huxley and her husband.

  1. sponger says:

    really great design, and love the yellow, but it would be nice if there weren’t a face on the sun so the poster could be rotated with the current month on top. nevertheless, this may be my 2011 calendar!

    p.s. my mom’s birthday is 11/27 too!

  2. What a brilliant concept. Love the colors and drawing style.

  3. Kathleen says:

    love it! the design is so original and great color too…kind of unexpected. love Caitlin’s flip-flop faces too…you can turn it either way and still see the face. awesome :)

  4. julia says:

    Love the sun face!! I have Caitlin’s 2010 calendar hanging in front of my desk and I’ll be sad to see it go- but happy this smiling face will replace it!

  5. Wow! What a great calendar for the new year. This can even be framed as a work of art.

  6. Kate says:

    This is so strange to look at because this is how I visualize the months of the year, except I always visualize it going counter clock wise.


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