✸ A limited-edition 2022 calendar featuring 12 folkloric illustrations by Layla Holzer ✸
This calendar opens out to A3 size and features 12 months of beautiful illustrations that have been inspired by monthly folk traditions and symbolism. Each illustration features a female figure representative of the month, birth flowers, symbolic animals and complementary colour palettes.
Each illustration has been originally created using a mono-print process which has been digitally collaged and composed with for digital print.
Calendar pages are wire ring-bound. Each page is halved – illustration at the top and calendar dates at the bottom. I like to trim the imagery pages and keep the illustrations as artwork after use!
January – fresh beginnings, sow your seeds and good luck
February – love tokens and loyalty
March – stormy, windy skies and sailor protection
April – the fool and rebirth
May – the May Queen and fire festivals
June – Midsummer rituals July – summer gardens and swan upping
August – reflect and rebalance before winter begins
September – harvest the land, corn dollies and Michaelmas blackberries
October – witches , moonlight and Punky Night
November – gunpowder explosions and soul cakes
December – a very merry Christmas
Digitally printed onto 170gsm thick silk card stock
Dimensions: A4 folded, opens out to A3 scale
Features a hole at the top of the image page for hanging – ribbon as per photos is not included.
Calendars are sent sealed in a bio-degradable recyclable plastic sleeve. All packaging can be recycled.
Calendar orders are sent via Royal Mail First Class , please allow 1-4 days for delivery; International orders are sent via Royal Mail International Tracking service (£17)
✸✸ Please note that if you’re ordering from outside the UK, you may be charged for import taxes, customs duties, or handling fees by the destination country, which you are responsible for paying ✸✸
Whilst I have done my best to accurately capture the essence of my designs in the photographs provided, the colours may vary very slightly as everybody’s screens will be calibrated slightly differently.