2011 Calendars – Calendars for the New Year

The year is coming to a close, and it’s time to pick a new calendar. Here are some great 2011 calendars – for your wall or desk.

2011 Calendars

Star Trek: Ships of the Line: 2011 Wall Calendar

Star Trek: Ships of the Line: 2011 Wall Calendar – Featuring fourteen pieces of art created exclusively for this calendar, the Star Trek: Ships of the Line 2011 Wall Calendar is highly anticipated by Star Trek fans each year. This year’s edition will be no exception as it delights and amazes with remarkable artistry in its unique, dramatic depictions of Star Trek’s ships.

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The Big Breast Calendar - 2011 (Taschen Wall Calendars)

The Big Breast Calendar – Well, no surprises here. This is indeed a calendar with many big boobs in it.

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Art Page-A-Day Gallery Calendar 2011

Art Page-A-Day Gallery Calendar 2011 – The perfect gift for the art lover: a desktop gallery curated by the celebrated Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. On each page, another masterpiece to discover: Edgar Degas’s The Dance Lesson. Vermeer’s A Maid Asleep. A colorful silk brocade kimono. Plus revered antiquities, medieval European tapestries, armor from the Ottoman Empire, and Louis Comfort Tiffany’s serene stained-glass window Magnolias and Irises. With hundreds of beautifully reproduced pieces, Art mirrors the Met’s vast collection, ranging from ancient to contemporary, covering Europe, Asia, Africa, and the Americas, and encompassing a variety of media.

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Dilbert 2011 Calendar

Dilbert: 2011 Day-to-Day Calendar – Millions of office workers identify with Dilbert, the phenomenally popular comic strip created by Scott Adams. Whether it’s Dilbert doing battle with his Pointy-Haired Boss over redundant and ridiculous assignments, Wally mastering the art of appearing busy, or Alice “dealing with” annoying vendors, Dilbert speaks to everyone from cubicle dwellers to corner office inhabitants, who see–if not themselves–their coworkers in every too-true panel. See for yourself in the Dilbert 2011 Day-to-Day Calendar with a Dilbert strip on every page. A great gift for geeks!

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2011 Women of DC Unleashed Wall Calendar

2011 Women of DC Unleashed Wall Calendar – Women of DC Comics – Brace yourself for this unique demonstration of feminine power. 16 months of the most known DC Comics heroines is any fan’s fantasy.

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Pride and Prejudice and Zombies 2011 Calendar

Pride and Prejudice and Zombies 2011 Calendar – With zombie action, classic romance, and gruesome decapitations all year long, this calendar features original full-color illustrations and quotes from Pride and Prejudice and Zombies. Includes both zombie and Jane Austen holidays.

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Cat Page-A-Day Gallery Calendar 2011

Cat Page-A-Day Gallery Calendar 2011 – Hey, I can look at cats all day, and I know there are many out there like me! So here’s the calendar for you – a new cat each day!

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Back to School Gifts

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Chinese Calligraphy Writing and Brush Painting

Chinese Calligraphy Writing and Brush Painting

Chinese character writing is a highly evolved discipline that relies as much on artistic craftsmanship, as it does on literary composition.

This basic writing set comes with two brushes, a black ink stick, ink stone and red ink for the “chop” or signature stamp.

The ink is made by gently rubbing the ink stick in a small pool of water in the ink stone. This set comes from Shanghai, the literary capital of China.

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Vtech – KidiArt Studio

Do you have an artistic kid? Nurture the talent of your child with this wonderful gift.

Make it easy for young artists to create digital masterpieces with the award-winning VTech KidiArt Studio. Featuring a working digital camera and a colorful studio desk with a matching stool, the KidiArt Studio helps kids aged four to seven explore their natural creativity by letting them create and share artwork using a TV or PC.

KidiArt Studio easily connects to your television so little artists can project their creative projects for all to see. The KidiArt Studio comes with a real digital camera that allows kids to have wacky photo fun. Add digital stamps or funky picture frames, and use the digital camera to make stop-motion animations to really bring the art to life. Kids can also take basic drawing and art lessons and create a full array of printable arts and crafts creations.

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