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January 2018 Printable Calendar

9:00 AM


Happy New Year everyone!

I hope you all had a great time ringing in the new year last night, and are ready to embrace 2018 and all its potential and possibilities (I know I sure am).

Since it is the first of the month, time to share this month's printable calendar page, for all those of you who didn't feel like downloading the whole calendar last month.

As I said it in December, this year's calendar features my favourite artwork which you can buy in my Society6 shop and my Paintcollar shop (had to give up on Cupick). Some of my artwork will also be available on Redbubble.


But before I let you know more about the art and your purchasing options, let me point you in the right direction to download the January 2018 Calendar page (just click that link I just mentionned, it's that easy).
It goes without saying that you aren't allowed to claim it as your own, redistribute it, or alter it, or even sell it.
You can print it for personal use, display it proudly, tell all your friends where to download it however.

This particular artwork goes by the name of "Green and purple abstract circles" and is a digitally recolorized version of a watercolor painting I did in shades of pink and purple.

I chose it for the month of January for a couple of reasons, the first one being that of all the months in the year, January is the ONLY month I really can't push past my synesthetic way of seeing it in shades of light blue. January is always illustrated with some blue in all of my calendars, and heck even my bullet journal.
Second, those light little bubbles feel like a new beginning, perfect to illustrate the first month of a new year.

Featured above is Redbubble's floor cushion. I sell this design on pretty much all their product range except the stickers.  Redbubble will ship worldwide, and has an express delivery to India option.

I also sell it on Society6 on almost everything again at the exception of metal prints and leggings. The picture above is their rug. When it comes to home decor items, Society6's range is pretty unmatchable. They have you covered from the bedroom to the kitchen passing by the living room and even the bathroom. Plus they have cool pouches, laptop sleeves and even duffle bags like this one :

Society6 is US based and prices are in USD, but they do ship worldwide and have discounts and promo VERY regularly. Some of these promotions even include free worldwide shipping, so always keep your eyes opened as you could strike a real bargain on their products. I myself try to keep you in the loop on Twitter regarding their promo campaigns, so it really pays to follow me there.


If you live in India, and would rather not order from an international site, I now sell on Paintcollar because Cupick seems to have stopped taking orders and is not even responding to emails as to when they will be back in business (I hope soon).

The range of products on Paintcollar is limited to a few things : mobile phone cases, t-shirts, hoodies, bandanas, coffee mugs, posters and laptop skins.
Where they really shine is with their mobile phone cases: they go beyond the Samsung / Apple range, so if you have a "lesser brand" handset, chances is they will have your model covered, just check in the drop down menu.
I will have a post on Paintcollar and their service coming very shortly as I put them to the test. meanwhile my January design is available on the mobile case pictured above. 

6 comments

  1. Happy New Year!
    And my Chrome browser crashed first thing this fine & splendid New Year's day!
    I like your abstract circles- they look like snowflakes & galaxies to me.

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    1. Ohhh you are right they do look like snowflakes! I painted them and then drew little stars in them with a gold pen, the original version is pink, this one has be recolorised in Photoshop, so the gold glitter became purple :-)

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    2. And of course Happy New Year :-)

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  2. Anonymous4:58 PM

    Happy New Year to you and family. May the new year bring more creativity to you. The January calendar is beautiful. This year we ended the year on a holy note by organizing "Satya Narayan Pooja" at our home. We usually organize it in December every year. It combines pooja with a family get together. This year coincidentally it was the last day of the year.

    Apple

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    1. Happy New Year to you too!

      That sounds like a nice and meaningful way to end the year and start the new one.

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    2. Anonymous9:48 AM

      I would like to thank my wife for it because organizing the pooja at the end of every year is her idea.

      It is my sincere belief that in the hum drum of daily life we often forget god and his benovalence. So one should invite god once a year to dispel all negativity from the household.

      Apple

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