seesaw designs 2011 letterpress calendar

by Grace Bonney

The 2011 calendars are starting to roll in and I am loving every second of it. The only hard part is choosing which ones I’ll use in the kitchen and the office, because there is no way I can narrow them down to just one. And well, maybe I’ll need to mark something down in the kitchen, like important seasonal food notes. Or maybe I just want to look at something pretty in there. Either way, this new letterpress calendar from SeeSaw Designs in Scottsdale, Arizona, is a fantastic option. Much like stripes, I’ve rarely met a metallic pattern I didn’t immediately love. And these metallic gold, foil-stamped geometric prints (inspired by vintage textiles) are right up my alley. Starting today you can pick up SeeSaw’s calendar, which measures 5 x 10 inches* and features six separate images, right here for $32. [Photos by Harrison Hurwitz] xo, grace

*Each sheet is perforated to 5 x 7 inches so it can be framed or used as a postcard after the month has come and gone!

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