17 Inspiring Calendars For 2021
Hang one of these gorgeous calendars on your wall and will it to be a better year for everyone.
Start each month with a knowing smirk. The comedic observations in the Very British Problems calendar cover everything from queues to conversations on the weather, as well as that very British obsession: tea.
Not only does this feature stunning photography of some of the awe-inspiring corners of planet earth, but sales will help raise money for WWF’s work to protect the natural habitats of the world’s most endangered species.
You’ll learn something every month with this Scottish Sayings calendar; its twelve pages feature well-known Scottish writers and thinkers sharing words of wisdom to inspire your days.
Illustrated using watercolours, inks and pencils, each month brings to life a new species or habitat – from the ponds of Britain to its rockpools, trees and owls.
If you’ve got piano lessons, football matches and play dates to track, this wall planner lets you map out your year in one.
This timeless calendar was designed by Enzo Mari in 1963 and provides you with all the numbers, days and months you need to create your own perpetual calendar. Paper be gone.
Is Astrology your thing? This beautifully illustrated calendar by Happy Go Lucky artist Ashley Le Quere tracks monthly horoscopes and moon cycles too.
If you like your calendar’s functional and a little bit retro, this one’s for you
Illustrator David Shrigley’s deadpan humour and graphic sketches are the perfect monthly pick-me-up
Intricate botanical etchings from vintage illustrator, Ernest Haeckel. Why not keep some to use in a craft project, or even frame them to adorn your walls permanently?
Head into 2021 on a positive note with a calendar from Happy Newspaper founder, Emily Coxhead.
After 2020, we’ve got a lot of catching up to do.
Billed to provide ‘connoisseurs of concrete with twelve months of Brutalist bliss’, features – you guessed it – architectural examples of concrete-heavy design. Perfect for minimal style lovers.
Whimsical garden illustrations fill this calendar’s dozen pages – and you can even personalise the cover for the perfect gardener’s gift this year.
A floral explosion for the maximalist. Who doesn’t need twelve colourful portraits of Frida to adorn their wall?
A graphic, Scandinavian classic that will bring colour and nostalgia to your home.
Charming illustrations for a country kitchen from the Emma Bridgewater family