Calendars Galore + Penguin Mania + Urban Plants

Consider yourself forewarned that this is the second blog post this week to involve penguins.

If you're at all like me, you have mourned the failure of Christmas to capitalize on the magic that is penguins. Today I am writing to tell you that this problem has been resolved. We present to you 24 Penguins Before Christmas: A 365 Penguins Advent Calendar.
Just when you thought it couldn't get any better, let me tell you this: it is a POP-OUT calendar. And behind every door? A penguin! Or probably more than one penguin, because there are not 365 days in December, and the math just doesn't add up otherwise.
Since we're already talking about calendars, it's only fair to mention that we have a wide variety of other calendars for your perusal. Continuing on our Charley Harper theme, there is both a 2010 wall calendar, and a weekly agenda.
We also have an Inuit art calendar, which features art from a cooperative based in Cape Dorset.
If Inuit art is not your thing, maybe you will appreciate William Wegman's Weimaraners?
Still no? Try C.F.A. Voysey's designs, New Yorker covers, Edward Gorey's Gashlycrumb Tinies, or Taro Gomi's doodles.

One final note: there is now a translation of the Plantes Urbaines zine which describes medicinal and edible plants found in the urban environs. These are adorable, informative, and affordable. They go fast!

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