A 2020 Lunar Phase Calendar with Full and New moon phases and self-care reminders built right in! Whether you're tracking your mood or your cycle, using the calendar for ritual or as a daily self-love reminder, it's a perfect companion. Letterpressed on Kraft paper!
small 11 x 18 letterpressed with new/ full moons
large18 x 24 offset printed with all the moon phases
Use the Lunar calendar to track the Moon phases and the sign the Moon is in and note how they affect your mood, cycle and energy throughout the months. Plan spell work and rituals to nourish yourself and the collective, and remember always that your body is a sanctuary- an Altar.
This generous calendar includes all moon phases for 2021 as well as plant allies to get you through the year of the Hierophant.
18 x 24" offset printed with all the moon phases locally in Portland, OR.
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100 Flowers: The Libraries of the Royal Horticultural Society hold the world's finest collection of printed material on gardens and gardening and a selection of the best botanical paintings from this collection is featured here.
One Hundred Flowers from the RHS gathers together the most striking images to create 100 different postcards to send, keep, or frame. The earliest works of art date from the late 17th or early 18th century, and are by an anonymous Italian artist; the latest are from the middle of the 20th century.
Star Wars - Women of the Galaxy: 100 post cards featuring images of one of the most popular science fiction franchises of all time, the Star Wars: Women of the Galaxy Postcard Set is sure to please any avid fan.
The Hanky Code originated in the 1960s in a series of gay leather bars around Los Angles, California. The hankies functioned as a color coded system for communicating illegal or stigmatized sexual desires within the construct of top/dominate and bottom/submissive. While the hankies lubricated one’s navigation through sexual relations, the very existence of such strategically codified garments illuminates the grave reality of extreme sexual oppression and persecution during that time period. The use of the Hanky Code has trickled into the present with slightly less severe undertones, but our intention in illustrating, printing and distributing this new version of the Hanky Code was to remove its historical connotations of shame and fear entirely. The drawings assert sex and body positive visibility not only within queer enclaves but to the masses as well.
Hand silkscreened on colored bandanas with black and silver ink. Slight variations in color, images and sizes may occur. Approximately 13" square.
left (top/ dominant) || color || right (bottom/ submissive)
piercer | purple | piercee
fucker | navy blue | fuckee
wants head | light blue | expert cocksucker
fist fucker | red | fist fuckee
dildo fucker | pink | dildo fuckee
wants feet worshiped | coral | likes feet
2 looking for 1 | gold | 1 looking for 2
anything, anywhere, anytime | orange | not now, thanks
spanker | fuchsia | spankee
hustler | kelly green | john
CBT (cock and ball torture) torturer | teal blue | CBT (cock and ball torture) torturee
"Plants Are Family" Print by Nina Montenegro, featuring Comfrey.
This piece was inspired by the exquisite book, “Braiding Sweetgrass,” in which author Robin Wall Kimmerer writes that “in some Native languages the term for plants translates to ‘those who take care of us.’” “Plants were here first and have had a long time to figure things out,” Kimmerer says. “They live both above and below ground and hold the earth in place. Plants know how to make food from light and water. Not only do they feed themselves but they make enough to sustain the lives of all the rest of us. Plants are providers for the rest of the community and exemplify the virtue of generosity, always offering food.” Not only do they offer food, but also gifts of healing medicine, shelter, comfort, nostalgia. This print is an homage to these gifts, a reminder that plants are our family-- and they take care of us like family.
Medium: Silver screen print on Indigo Blue Canson 98 lb Acid Free Paper.
Screen printing is a process by which ink is pushed through a stencil on a mesh screen. There may be some variance between individual calendars. This year calendars were printed by Barrel Maker Printer in Chicagoland.
How to Read your Lunar Calendar
The calendar shows the moon phases for the year 2019. The exact dates for the phases are given in Central American Standard Time (Chicago Time) and therefore can differ by a day at the place where you live.
Each calendar comes with a separate sheet that indicates instructions for reading. There are symbols for the phases of the moon. The symbols for Full, New, and Half moons are marked with a date. Trace each symbol up to the date above it to see when that moon phase happens in the month. Each hash mark on the inner ring symbolizes one day. Hash marks with dots over them are Sundays.
The second to outer ring is a zodiac key that shows the dates of western astrology sun signs. There are symbols on the calendar for specials dates.
Full Moon with a circle - Penumbral Lunar Eclipse
Larger circle for Full Moon: Supermoon
Sun - Summer Solstice
Snowflake - Winter Solstice
Flower - Spring (vernal) Equinox
Leaf - Fall (autumnal) Equinox
January 3-4: The Quadrantid Meteor Shower The Quadrantid meteor shower runs from January 1-5 and peaks on January 3-4. At its peak, look for up to 40 meteors per hour radiating from the constellation Bootes. Also in January: 1/10 Penumbral Lunar Eclipse.
February 9: Supermoon The Moon will be full at its closest approach to Earth and will look larger and brighter than usual. This is the first of four Supermoons in 2020. Also in February: 2/10 Mercury at Greatest Eastern Elongation
March 24: Venus at Greatest Eastern Elongation The planet Venus will be at its greatest eastern elongation from the Sun, making it brighter and easier to view. Look for it in the western sky after sunset. Also in March: 3/24 Mercury at Greatest Western Elongation
April 22-23: Lyrid Meteor Shower The Lyrid meteor shower runs from April 16-25 and peaks on April 22-23. At it’s peak, look for up to 20 meteors per hour radiating from the constellation Lyra, best viewed after midnight.
May 6-7: Eta Aquarids Meteor Shower The ETA Aquarids meteor shower runs from April 19-28 and peaks May 6-7. At it’s peak, look for up to 60 meteors per hour radiating from the constellation Aquarius, best viewed after midnight.
June 21: Annular Solar Eclipse An annular solar eclipse occurs when the Moon is too far away from Earth to completely cover the Sun, resulting in a ring of light around the darkened Moon. The eclipse path will travel through central Africa, Saudi Arabia, northern India, southern China, and the Pacific Ocean. A partial eclipse will be visible throughout most of eastern Africa, the Middle East, and southern Asia. Also in June: 6/4 Mercury at Greatest Eastern Elongation, 6/5 Penumbral Lunar Eclipse.
July 24: Jupiter at Opposition & July 20: Saturn at Opposition Both Jupiter and Saturn will be at opposition in July, meaning they will be at their closest approach to earth and fully illuminated by the Sun. They will be brighter and more visible than any other time of the year. Also in July: 7/28-7/29 Delta Aquarid Meteor Shower, 7/4 Penumbral Lunar Eclipse
August 12-13: Perseid Meteor Shower The Perseid meteor shower runs July 17-August 24th and peaks August 12-13. This extraordinary meteor shower produces up to 60 bright meteors per hour radiating from the constellation Perseus. Also in August: 8/13 - Venus at Greatest Western Elongation
September 11: Neptune at Opposition Neptune will be at its closest approach to earth with its face fully illuminated by the Sun. It will be brighter than any other time of the year and visible for the entire night.
October 21-22: Orionid Meteor Shower The Orionid meteor shower runs from October 2-November 7 and peaks October 21-22. At it’s peak, look for up to 20 meteors per hour radiating from the constellation Orion. Also in October: 10/1 Mercury at Greatest Eastern Elongation, 10/13 Mars at Opposition, 10/21 Blue Moon, 10/31 Uranus at Opposition
November 17-18: Leonid Meteor Shower The Leonid meteor shower runs from November 6-30 and peaks November 17-18. At it’s peak, look for up to 15 meteors per hour radiating from the constellation Leo. Also in November: 11/4-11/5 Taurids Meteor Shower, 11/10 - Mercury at Greatest Western Elongation, 11/30 - Penumbral Lunar Eclipse December 13-14:
Geminid Meteor Shower The Geminid meteor shower is considered by many to be the most dramatic shower to view. It runs from December 7-17 and peaks December 13-14. At it’s peak, look for up to 120 multicolored meteors per hour radiating from the constellation Gemini. Also in December: 12/14 - Total Solar Eclipse visible in parts of southern Chile and southern Argentina, 12/21 Rare Conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn
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