2024 Poster Calendar

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Our popular Poster Calendar for 2024!  Twelve 11×14″ posters with new original art each month! A stunning wall calendar for the office or home by artist Johanna Riley. Hang it in our 11 X 14″ Linnea Frame.

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JANUARY:  Noodles for good luck in the New Year!  Toshikoshi Soba.  Depending on where you go in Japan, the noodles are long, symbolizing a long life.  So by eating the noodles, it represents your wish for a continued long life in the next year as well.

FEBRUARY:  Inseparable companions.  Lovebirds snuggle on a shared branch.

MARCH:  I love the graphic nature of a shopping basket.  Part of the fun of travel is going into new markets and seeing all the wonderful and strange things they have!

APRIL:  April showers create delight for all the senses.

MAY:  Lovely weather for a bicycle ride through the Cotswolds in England.  Hedgerows teeming with life in the spring and summer.

JUNE:  The netting that holds a bag of oranges is so wonderfully graphic and mesmerizing.  Orange you glad you're reading these page notes?

JULY:  Spacious skies, amber waves of grain, and purple mountains majesty.  America the beautiful indeed!  Happy Independence Day!

AUGUST:  As summer draws to a dreamy end, double espresso shots give us a jumpstart.  Espresso should be "Black as the devil, hot as hell, pure as an angel, sweet as love."  - Charles Maurice de Talleyrand.

SEPTEMBER:  International Crab Fest Day, a delicious September 14 holiday!  Crab in the fall is a wonderful treat!  The primary season for all crab species is late September to January, when they are often at their largest and populations are highest after spawning.

OCTOBER:   Camping and telling spooky ghost stories around the fire make for a great October.

NOVEMBER:  Amaryllis provide wonderful indoor blooms this time of year.  My favorites are the white ones.  Ahhhhh, that beautiful, floral bouquet!

DECEMBER:  December is for honoring traditions new and old.  Linnea created this image in 1993 and it's one of my favorites so I thought we'd put it here for another spin around the sun.