Gruber Images Calendar 2014

I’m not usually one to get excited about calendars but, this one has got me. I’ve been following Jered and Ashley Gruber’s work for the last year and seeing their images in publication has been fantastic with some real awe inspiring shots. Now there is a chance to own some of those images, teaming up with Drops [check them out here] to produce the nicest calendar you will see in the next 14 months. The smart thing about this calendar is that it’s set-up for keeping the prints after it’s finished being a calendar. The Calendar itself is 225mm x 500mm in size and has fourteen leaves plus a special high quality blind embossed front cover and board back to save that ‘wobbly’ feel you get from many Calendars. Then each leaf has two perforations, one horizontal and one vertical to enable the buyer to seperate the image from the dates and frame the ones you really like! Awesome. Available on pre-order and shelf be shipped out soon after. Order here.

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