Update 2015: The 2008 Cut paper Art Calendar is no longer available.
Featuring 12 recent pieces made entirely of cut-paper (and often wood), it is a collision of American and Japanese pop-culture, mythology and wonderous creatures amid a landscape of jagged edges and amazing textures. Oh yeah, and it totally brings the funk.
Big apologies for being so late. We ran into some utterly bizarre printing snafus which held up production until now. I've been assured that the calendar is now snafu-free (snafuless? de-snafued?), and is looking great. Such are the pitfalls of trying to do these types of things by one's self. To make up for it, I've cut the price down to a point where it actually makes me wince a bit. Don't worry, I've learned my lesson. This (next?) year, regardless of which printer I use, I'll be sure to get started on any calendars 6-months ahead of time. Enjoy! And please let me know if you have any suggestions for future calendars, merchandise, or anything else!