The New Year has just begun and you haven’t got a calendar yet? Don’t panic! It is important that you choose something that you like, something that you won’t mind having in front of your eyes for the next twelve months... and teNeues has got something for every taste. Flowers, landscapes, design, art, humour... whatever takes your fancy!
Two of my favourite calendars from their range are Hokusai 2010 and Miffy 2010 – to make both adults and children happy! Every page displays months and week days in six different languages, all bank and religious holidays are listed and at the bottom of each page you can find a useful box to write notes in.
teNeues also has weekly calendars that can be propped up or laid flat on a desk. Each of the 52 pages displays a different image and, thanks to the perforation line, they can be used as postcards. Shells & Stones, with beautiful photographs by Laurent Pinsard is a very good example.
If you want to support a smaller local publisher, why not choose “Lost Cinemas of Brighton & Hove” by QueenSpark Books? A simple and elegant calendar, it introduces you to the architecture of twelve former cinemas around the city. Short commentaries and a smaller picture portraying the same buildings today give you an interesting overview of urban development and will make this calendar a collection item.