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2010 Calendars now at Celtic Art & Retro-Futuristic Design

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Retropolis Retro Future Calendar
Celtic Design Wall Calendar

It’s that time of year again: the time when we realize that we’re going to get tired of looking at the "December" page of our calendars when January rolls around, I think.

If not that, it’s definitely some time of year, and therefore not a bad one to roll out my new calendars. So here they are!

The 2010 Retropolis Wall Calendar features twelve solid months of the retro future – full of faithful robots, death rays, and retro rockets. Highlights for the new year are "Space Piracy" and "Prairie Moon".

While on the other hand, or maybe on the other side of what I like to think of as "My Brain", we have the 2010 Celtic Art Wall Calendar – full of entirely different, although I hope not less interesting, things. Check out the knotwork spin on familiar symbols like the skull and crossbones, the Biohazard symbol, and the Chaos Star – along with some more traditional bits and bobs of Celtic design.

 
 
3 responses to “2010 Calendars now at Celtic Art & Retro-Futuristic Design
James says:
September 14th, 2009 at 2:03 am

Been enjoying the site and images for quite a while now!

Was I right when I counted five (or was it six) new images in the 2010 calendar with the remaining being from the 2009 calendar?

Not that it will necessarily deter me from ordering the 2010, just curious.

Thank you,

James

Bradley W. Schenck says:
September 14th, 2009 at 7:35 am
James says:
September 15th, 2009 at 2:34 am

Zing!

; D

Fair enough – wanted to be sure though I will admit was hoping they were placeholders.

Will be ordering soon enough.

James

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