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Well, it seems that you fine folks love my calendar finds. Just in case you missed the previous collections, you can see two 2013 calendar posts here and here. Here are a few more calendars to add to your mix.

Our first one, the one you see above, is by Tiger Food Press. It’s a poster with a bold and vivid, hand carved linoleum graphic at the top. I love this calendar. At 12″ x 18″, it’s the perfect size for your fridge or office wall.

Paper Boat Studio’s calendar is the perfect choice for anyone who loves modern graphics. I  find this to be refreshingly different. It’s one of those calendars that you will definitely keep the graphic element when the year ends.

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Travel the world from your office with this fun calendar from Albertine Press. Shelley Barandes is not only a one-time architect, she has a love for buildings and urban landscapes that are uniquely connected to the cities they are planted in. You’ll recognize most of these cool and slightly-retro images. I have to say, I’m a huge fan of the hand drawn font.

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I thought this calendar from Old School Stationers was too fresh to pass up. There’s something about the colors and the fresh graphics that just feels like fun. Plus, there’s a Westfalia in the mix, so you know I’m on that!

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OK, one more. 1 Canoe 2 can do no wrong, in my book. This calendar has so much goodness. You have a great hand-written font, bold and bright graphics it’s small enough to fit on your desk AND it has a crazy-cool wooden stump. Come on now, this is the perfect calendar for 2013. I think it would make a great gift for yourself and for someone you love.

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