Let this be the year we finally buy a calendar before the year is half over! Tiny Showcase is accepting pre-orders for Providence artist Alec Thibodeau's letterpress printed glow-in-the-dark 2010 lunar calendar, which is based on the skies here in little Rhode Island, but is within a day of accuracy for any location in the Northern Hemisphere.
The 19 x11.75-inch calendar is titled "Probably the Earth's Core Really is the Sky," and is being printed locally by Dan Wood of DWRI Letterpress on 100% recycled paper. Pre-ordered calendars will be signed by the artist and accompanied by a nickel and enamel pin created by illustrator Jen Corace. Like all Tiny Showcase editions, a portion of the profits from the sale of this print will benefit a charity of the artist's choice. Visit Tiny Showcase to order one and check out Alec Thibodeau's website to see more of his work.