new prints + calendars from the wild unknown

I learned my lesson the last time I wanted to buy a calendar from The Wild Unknown — you have to act quickly! They sold out almost immediately, and I was, needless to say, bummed out :( I love Kim Krans’ style of illustration, and it’s hard to find someone who doesn’t love her work. It’s elegant but not fussy, simple but it stands out, and quite well suited to both masculine and feminine styles. Now that she’s added a few items for kids, Kim has a solid one-stop shop for thoughtful, much-appreciated gifts. I know I would be thrilled to receive anything of hers, and if you’re the kind to get started early on holiday gift shopping, you should definitely check out Kim’s new 2012 calendars, prints and handmade prisms. Click here to visit The Wild Unknown shop and see the full collection. Thanks, Kim! — Kate

  1. love those fragile graphics!! especially the plants…

  2. LucinaPH says:

    You were right, perfect for both sexes! Love at first sight!! :)

  3. Olden Home says:

    Sooooo beautiful, and for some reason the innocent face of the kitty makes me smile. Can’t wait for their cards to come out!


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