Daylight Savings: An Observer’s Year in England 2011 Calendar + a giveaway

Here’s another lovely 2011 calendar you could win. This one is called Daylight Savings: An Observer’s Year in England and is by the artist Eireann Lorsung of Bara. Eireann created the calendar from sketches of her adopted home of Nottingham, England, which she came to love after living in the US & France. It’s really a very beautiful calendar! See more here and here. And purchase here.

Win your own copy!

Visit Eireannโ€™s website, pick your favorite(s) from her work and and leave a comment on this post sharing your favorite(s). I will randomly pick one commenter who will win a calendar. This giveaway will end Friday, December 3rd at 11:59 pm EST. The winner will be notified via email, so make sure to check your inbox (as well as your spam folder) after December 3rd.

daylight savings calendar by ohbara.com/weblog

daylight savings calendar by ohbara.com/weblog

43 comments

  1. this is one hard decision to made because i heart all of it!
    well, daylight savings: an observer’s year in england is my choice (:

  2. I love all of her work, it reminds me of my grandfather’s art. The “robins | foxes | trees | a set of cards” is a favorite though!

  3. Quintessentially English and very beautiful. The foxes and the poem captured my heart, although I do find myself going back to her Paris: a guide.

  4. I love her work! My favorite is the robin print – gorgeous! Well, along with the calendar, that is. ๐Ÿ™‚

    Thanks for the giveaway!
    ~Chelsea

  5. I love the calendar and also the “This is winter” prints. LOVELY!!!! I really hope to win this one ๐Ÿ˜‰ Crossing both my fingers and toes!

  6. Oooh, what a beautiful calendar! And all of her images are wonderful, but I have to say I really love “this is winter.” I’m in the winter/holiday spirit right now and I found those images particularly inspiring. I hope I win, but even if I don’t, I’m so happy you shared the work of this amazing artist with us. Thanks!

  7. Robins/foxes/trees card set is adorable. I live in Nottingham but am planning a move to Dubai, this card set encompasses everything I will miss about the UK!

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