Countin’ Down the Days… The Coolest Calendars for 2009

Can you believe that the new year is just around the corner? Us neither. We're already starting to think of resolutions, and one we're definitely prepared to stick to involves, of all things, being more organized! So, naturally, we're planning to start out on the right foot with an amazing new calendar—something to inspire us schedule-wise. With this lofty ambition in mind, we've scoured the web for the cream of the calendar crop and we're happy to report there are plenty of options. Whether you're into California fruit, exquisitely rendered feathers, or the moon (or, like us, all of the above), there's something here for you. Now, how to choose?
Above: French Vogue 2009 Calendar, free with the December/January issue of French Vogue, available at Universal News.
Above, clockwise from top left: Helen Ige Get Framed 2009 Calendar, $24, available at Ige; Creatures & Lyrics 2009 Feathers Calendar, $30, available at The Wild Unknown; Irwin Glusker Phases of the Moon 2009 Calendar, $17, available at MoMA.

SusyJack 2009 Wall Calendar, $34, available at See Jane Work; Claire Nereim Seasonal Fruits of California calendar, $45, available at Etsy.
Eco-Chic Desk Calendar, $23, available at See Jane Work; The Paper Thieves Black and Gold Letterpress Calendar, $22.50, available at Etsy.

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