A few weeks ago we shared a selection of a few favorite calendars directly inspired by a few favorite television series. It seemed perfectly appropriate to revisit, this time focusing on calendars inspired by the big screen, with several of our favorite movies of all time as the visual inspiration, and a simple way to add a dash of cinematic style into any movie lover's home office...
Here are three fun designs for movie buffs to add a little film-inspired decor into their home office:
Pride and Prejudice: $25.00
One glance at the profile of that head above and a great many hearts shall feel their beat aflutter. Yes, it's undoubtedly Mr. Darcy...also the lovely head of 1990's Colin Firth (the hair is the dead giveaway). So while the book may be the original inspiration, it's been Firth's performance as Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy who ignited many fanciful romantic dreams, making this calendar set a must for Jane Austen and Colin Firth fans alike.
Cute Star Wars: $25.00
Loopz Art kind of has the market cornered on adorable character drawings, and the Force is strong in the cute department with these big head, exaggerated style illustrations inspired by a tale from a galaxy far, far away. Yoda has never looked better in my estimation.
Moonrise Kingdom Adventure: $16
Wes Anderson fans, prepare to get obsessed. The setting and equipment from Anderson's 2012 movie about a budding scout and his poker faced lady friend are illustrated in charming fashion as a 2014 calendar, courtesy of Little Low.
Movie Quotes Horizontal Calendar: $15.00
Variety is the spice of life, and perhaps you're a cinephile with a love for variety of movies. This calendar offers a variety of cute illustrations are accompanied by famous lines from The Godfather, Star Wars, The Hunger Games and the Harry Potter films.
European Cinema Posters: $13.95
This one is for art house types with an affinity for foreign filmmakers like Fellini, Truffaut, and Jeunet, with a year's worth of original artwork movie posters presented in traditional wall calendar format.
The Little Otsu Film Diary: $12.00
This last one isn't necessarily a calendar, but instead is a journal designed for movie lovers to document, date, and describe all the movies they've enjoyed during the year(s). So whether you're a film theater devotee or a couch-bound DVD/Blu-ray critic, you'll be able to document and later reference your thoughts for up to 80 films; the 96 page diary also includes lists for movies to check out, theater stats, random top fives, top rated films, and an alphabetical index to fill in for easier reference once you've filled up your dated diary dedicated to your love of the movies.
(Images: Listed above)