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flora & fauna of the pacific northwest calendar

by Grace Bonney


I’ve already gone a little calendar crazy this year (but wait, there’s more!), but there are so many great options out there right now! If you haven’t found yours already, here’s a great new one to add to the list: Alyson Brown of Mossière‘s new flora & fauna of the Pacific Northwest calendar. It’s a large, silkscreened poster-sized calendar designed to be trimmed into a square print and framed when the year is over. In addition to beautiful illustrations (I love the little berries), Alyson’s friend Kathryn Murray contributed beautiful hand-lettering to the calendar. The calendars are available now right here for $35 each. Mossière will also be participating in “Little Winter,” a handmade market on November 6th and 7th at The Cleaners at The Ace Hotel in Portland, Oregon*, if you want to pick up a copy in person. xo, grace

*Speaking of Portland, we’re launching a fun new column on D*S tomorrow that talks about the intersection between music and art. The first post will feature a local Portland artist and band, so stay tuned!



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