20 Calendars + 20 Planners for 2019

2019 Abstract Modern Wall Calendar // 2019 Botanical Calendar
2019 Jaunty Animals Calendar // 2019 Geometric Colour Calendar

 

2019 Homegrown Goodness Calendar // 2019 Isometric Calendar
2019 Lemon Kitchen Wall Calendar // 2019 Lunar Astro Day Calendar

 

2019 Lunar Calendar Poster // 2019 Stendig Wall
2019 Shapes Wall Calendar // 2019 Wall Calendar

 

2019 Floral Line Drawings Wall Calendar // Flow 2019 Calendar
Ladies of Legend 2019 Calendar // Love Her Wild 2019 Desk Calendar

 

Monthly Abstract Calendar 2019 // 2019 Moon a Month Calendar
Seedlings Posy 2019 Wall Calendar // Wellness Tracker Calendar

 

2019 Marble Pink Pearl Planner // 2019 12-Month Spiral Planner
2019 Black Strip Day Designer // 2019 Daily Planner

 

2019 Type Diary // 2019 Weekly Planner
2019 Weekly Planner // Pink Tile 2019 Wise Words Planner

 

2019 Year Task Planner // Art Stroke Weekly Planner
Ashley Mary 2018-2019 Planner // Clare V. x Sugar Paper 2019 Planner

 

Denim Linen Floral Weekly Agenda 2019 // 2019 Everyday 12-Month Agenda
2019 Juliet Rose Everyday 17-Month Planner // Mila 2018-2019 Planner

 

My Infinite Agenda 2019 Planner // Petite Mila 2019 12-Month Planner
Planner 2019 // WTF 2018-2019 Planner

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Sylvie Fleury

 

Cosmetic cases are small artworks unto themselves, just looking at all of those little compartments filled with saturated color leave me ready to create. But Geneva-based artist Sylvie Fleury takes them to another level by painting shaped canvases that recreate their beauty on a larger scale. When it comes down to brass tacks, an artist’s palette and a makeup artist’s tools of the trade aren’t much different.

 

 

 

 

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Gloria Landenberger

 

I’ve been thinking a bit about what’s on my own Christmas list this year and I wouldn’t mind one little bit if one of Gloria Landenberger‘s handmade ceramic masks showed up under the tree. Each one is made and assembled by hand in limited editions, the end result being glazed stoneware with a unique look.

 

 

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Lonesome Town

 

If you live in Los Angeles, or more specifically Koreatown or Silver Lake, you might be familiar with the discarded treasures of anonymous artist Lonesome Town. Dumped sofas, chairs, and televisions are given a transformation into sad clowns before being left on the curb again for treasure hunters to find and re-home.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Aron Hill

 

Calgary-based Aron Hill‘s bright, minimalist paintings pack a lot of energy and personality into a few organic shapes and color combinations.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Alice Pattullo

 

Alice Pattullo is an illustrator based in East London who regularly explores British traditions, folklore, and superstitions in her illustrations. Her two dimensional style lends itself so well to the building facades and homestead scenes she executes flawlessly.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Ewa Juszkiewicz

 

Ewa Juszkiewicz’s art lives in the space between creation and destruction. Her inspiration is drawn from female portraiture originally created between the Renaissance and the 19th century. Juszkiewicz transforms, fragments, or changes the context within these familiar portraits of the wives, mothers, and daughters of influential men. By destroying and recreating, Juszkiewicz deprives the women of their faces – essentially taking away their existence.

 

 

 

 

 

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Adela Andea

 

Romanian-born, Texas-dwelling artist Adela Andea creates full-sensory experiences through her light installations. She considers all aspects of the space as well as the level of audience participation and expands each piece accordingly, attempting to destroy the line between reality and virtual reality in the process.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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