Calendria in the press

Just stumbled upon a post at TopDesign Mag entitled "Calendar Design at its Best—15 Superb Examples", and to my delight, Calendria (my calendar for 2010) was among them. Bloody jolly! Maybe I should design another calendar this year, as I've not done one since. Hmmm something to think about; always good to have a project in addition… Continue reading Calendria in the press

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Repost of FPO coverage of Calendria. Thanks for the mention! Happy Holidays everyone!

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Scroll down to number three, Calendria (re-post from FPO) December 16.

Electrofork art in Artez’n this month

A selection of postersn, art prints, jewelry and of course the maps are on display at Artez'n this month. For more information about the shop/gallery, see this article. Or just stop by and see for yourself: Artez'n * 444 Atlantic Ave December Hours: Monday & Tuesday 2-7pm  •  Wednesday – Saturday 11am to 7pm  •… Continue reading Electrofork art in Artez’n this month

I Love Handmade!

Another thank you for Calendria press, this time to I Love Handmade, a blog featuring Beautiful handmade products from around the world.  Many thanks!

Calendria on FPO!

Thanks to the folks over at "Under Consideration" for featuring the calendar-map on their design blog, For Print Only (FPO). Exciting! An excerpt: "With one side featuring the intricate and finely detailed map, and the other a subtle and muted calendar peppered with old-style characteristics, this piece should keep your discovery level high as you… Continue reading Calendria on FPO!

On kharzinski’s posterous!

Calendria 2010 makes another blog appearance. Thanks!

Clear Reality

Another thanks for spreading the word about "An Atlas of Calendria for the Year 2010 of the Common Era, as Observed and Faithfully Recorded by Electrofork. See the post here, at Clear Reality. Thanks, Nila!

Block Island maps, reposted

Here is an excerpt from a posting at BIKE, featuring one of my maps of Ben's and my Block Island bike rides. To wit: "#152, 153 - two most beautiful maps detailing separate bike rides on Upper and Lower Block Island, RI, from Elizabeth Daggar." (Numbers pertain to the maps' inclusion on the Hand… Continue reading Block Island maps, reposted

The Map Room!

Many thanks to Jonathan Crowe, curator of The Map Room, for the link to Calendria.  It's wonderful to get this out there to fellow map enthusiasts, several of whom placed orders today as well. (Get your copy now on Etsy!)