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Made in Minneapolis :: 2010 Calendars

Seven local designers, two great calendars. See below for details on how to get yours.

December by happify

happify

For the fourth year running, happify brings a 2010 calendar in the form of 12 postcards, offset printed in a rich chocolate brown on an extra-thick (110#) recycled cream 5″x7″ cardstock. On the reverse side there’s space for writing a note and sending them off as postcards to friends and family. These may be oversized according to USPS standards, but they’re well worth the 44ยข stamp. Calendars are shipping now at happify.etsy.com.

$12, plus shipping ($2 in the U.S., $3 to Canada, and $5 to anywhere else). Free shipping when ordering 2 or more calendars.

Through December 31, 2009, Martha and Tom readers will receive complimentary shipping on all happify orders (by including M-AND-T in the space labeled Message to the seller, optional) and get $2 off additional calendars when ordering more than one calendar. Please note that the discount may not be reflected immediately. Happify will refund any shipping charges through paypal.

redblackbrown's 2010 How Very Fortunate Calendar

redblackbrown

Redblackbrown‘s second annual calendar is the work of six Minneapolis designers. Each month is based on a different fortune cookie fortune from local Asian restaurants. The redblackbrown calendar is screenprinted on cover weight kraft paper in white and brown cut to 4.65″x5.4″ sheets. See all twelve months here.

$20, plus shipping ($4 in the U.S.).

Order soon: redblackbrown printed this year’s calendar in a limited run of 100. Find your calendar at redblackbrown’s Big Cartel shop.

Note that Minneapolis locals can place orders for pickup by emailing hello (at) redblackbrown (dot) com.

Images :: happify and redblackbrown

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3 comments on “Made in Minneapolis :: 2010 Calendars”

  1. Uncle Don 18 December, 2009 at 10:29 am

    Speaking of 2010 calendars, maybe I should do one.

  2. Uncle Don 20 December, 2009 at 10:21 am

    Wait and see!