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In just a few short months we're saying hasta la vista to 2021... and although we're not even sure of one month from the next, we're super excited to share our TWO, yes two, brand new calendars for 2022!
You can order these new calendars alongside one of our previous favourites, Anthology, now.
We truly hope your summer has been jam packed full of catching up with friends and family, we've certainly have a new appreciation for them after spending so much time apart! This is what inspired our calendar theme this year; Bonds.
Spending the past 18 months distanced from loved ones, Jade created our Bonds calendar that reflects on the women who support her through life, who ‘hold us and mould us,’ and the beautiful forms the female bond comes in. Month by month we celebrate female connections such as mother and sister, and different types of friendships such as the ‘guide’ and the ‘challenger.’
Front cover of a Jade Fisher bonds calendar featuring women in dancing poses holding a length of rope.
April spread of a Jade Fisher bonds calendar featuring two sisters, back to back, with a house drawn in their bunched up hair.
After you folk loved last year's collaboration, we have once again teamed up with Jade’s brother, illustrator Adam Fisher.
Following on from Adam’s Lovely Places to Live calendar, the theme this year is Wild Homes, exploring real remote and magical places in the world that people have made home.
Adam’s bewitching illustration style will inspire many adventures in the year ahead!
Front cover of the wild homes Adam Fisher Wild Homes calendar featuring a house at the foot of a mountain, with smoke rising from its chimney.
March spread of the wild homes Adam Fisher Wild Homes calendar featuring a house in a hilly, flowered area, surrounded by trees.
Behind the scenes, Jade working on Bonds, creating illustrative magic. Is there a chance we created this calendar theme purely as an excuse to paint a picture of cute baby Fisher? Absolutely.
Paintbrushes and green oil paint on a palette, aside a half-drawn illustration.
A palette covered in pink paint next to an illustration of a baby's face.
An illustration of a women with a leaf patterned dress, set against a leaf patterned background.