Recently I was telling a friend of mine about one of my favorite ways to decorate walls – taking pages from a calendar, framing them, and grouping them together. I did this in my NYC apartment with a calendar of black and white photography of flowers. It was my mom's idea and it looked great. If you think about it, it makes sense – if the images are cohesive enough for a calendar, then they will be just as cohesive and look great side by side on the wall.
CB2 must agree with this train of thought, too. Check out these beautiful graphics taken from an original screen-print calendar by Philip Sachs and Amy Fierro.
The calendar is available for purchase as are the walnut frames shown here. Use the calendar in 2014 and then frame them afterwards. But hurry – the calendar is a CB2 Edition LMTD release of 150. They won't last for long!