Etsy Owner Stephanie Jarstad who created “The Twelve Beards Of Christmas“, is back with another bearded project – “A Beard for all Seasons, a calendar for 2015.” In this series, each month of the year is represented by a different holiday-decorated beard. For example, February’s beard is designed with hearts reflecting Valentine’s Day and Halloween’s beard is hanged over with ghost candy. Take a look at this fun series and if you want, you can purchase it here.
1. Manuary: New Years Eve Beard
“Puppies With Guns” has been a side project for several years. It started out as a joke between two bored roommates that had an incredibly cute new dog, and a pair of awesome Glocks. It turned out to be badass and everyone else wanted their dog’s photo with some sort of artillery. Then designer start matching the dogs to firearms that match their personality or heritage and bridge the gap between two total extremes. Just imagine, goofy and cute puppies with top-of-the-line and boutique firearms, how hilarious it is. Like this project? Check it on kickstarter.
Tea calendar by the German tea company Hälssen & Lyon is the first calendar in the world to feature calendar days made from tea leaves. Working with creative agency Kolle Rebbe, this limited edition tea calendar might be the most special and welcoming calendar you want to receive. 365 calendar days can be individually detached and brewed directly in the cup with hot water. And the best part is, those pages will be made from different varieties of tea so that everyday, there is a new flavor waiting for you. What an exploration! Moreover, it is super easy to make a tea. You just need fill the cup with calendar sheet with boiling water. Then you can enjoy your tea of day.
Milky PinUps, a retro pin-up calendar project by London based photographer Jaroslav Wieczorkiewicz of AurumLight Studio is a set of high speed photographs of model wearing milk instead of traditional clothing. The artist explains that the project was, “Made with milk, frozen in time, and morphed into high fashion.” These “liquid illustrations” were inspired by the vintage pin-up illustrations from the 40’s and 50’s of artists Gil Elvgren, Alberto Vargas, and more which were featured on Brown & Bigelow calendars. None of those photos are illustrated, all those gorgeous outfits are the result of layering hundreds of individual photographs which were taken with milk splashed across bodies. If you’re interested in learning how it’s done by Wieczorkiewicz himself, check Wieczorkiewicz’s milky pinup blog where you can also find his milk workshop information.