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It's that time of year again... people are starting to look for 2014 calendars already! Post a link or one of the images from your theme if you're doing one.
Not sure if the pixels site might carry these, but I've got my own made again this year - first batch are in the mail.
I've actually done a kickstarter to fund this one - so far 55% funded :) I know some people in here wanted to know when I was coming out with the next Marshmallow calendar.
The cheapest way to go is someplace like Zazzle, but local printers do a great job if you need 25 or more. It is running close to the deadline for getting them for shows in late October or November. If you have a following and think you can sell them at Art Shows a local printer may be the answer. If you are giving them to friends and relatives you can get a good price and quick service locally.
I use Park Row Printing located in Plantation FL.
Park Row Printing
6531 N.W. 13th Court
Plantation, FL 33313
Heather, great light-filled shots of those little marshmallow fellows, humorous and charming! Marcio your feet, legs and trees in B&W are wonderful, beautifully done! Your projects are professional looking, I don't blame you for wanting to show them off.
I do wall calendars, I might do desk calendars next year, but I've not had anyone ask for them yet. Standard size wall calendar.
I just prefer how my stuff looks "framed" with the colors. If I was doing it with paintings, I'd probably just pick a black or white border - to me it just looks more polished than a full bleed.
I just tried to make a calendar on Zazzle. I've always created my own via InDesign so it was kind of weird and cumbersome to do it online. The display is really tiny on Zazzle and there's no grid (that I could find) to help make things line up correctly. Anyway, here's my first attempt -