Fragile World 2023 Wall Calendar: Color Nature's Wonders (Calendar)
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This mesmerizing wall calendar, based on Kerby Rosanes’ bestselling coloring book of the same name, is a powerful reminder of how fragile, and beautiful, our world is.
Featuring the stunning and intricate artwork of illustrator Kerby Rosanes, the Fragile World 2023 Wall Calendar contains thirteen breathtaking black-and-white drawings of animals and landscapes in danger of disappearing. The elaborately detailed illustrations of at-risk species and environments will conjure a sense of wonder and whimsy in any viewer—whether you choose to enjoy the untamed beauty in black-and-white or bring color to the wild world Kerby Rosanes has created.
• 12" x 12" (12" x 24" open)
• Planning spread for September–December 2022
• Spans January–December 2023
• 100% recyclable materials
• Plastic-free product and packaging
• Forest Stewardship Council® (FSC) uncoated paper
• American Soybean Association® recognized inks
• Smyth-sewn binding
• Convenient storage pocket
• Generous grid space for notes, appointments, and reminders
• Official major world holidays and observances
• Moon phases, based on Universal Time
• Includes stunning illustrations of threatened and endangered animals and environments
About the Author
Philippines-based illustrator Kerby Rosanes runs the popular Sketchy Stories blog. He works primarily with black ink to illustrate his "doodle" world. Most of his works are characterized by whimsical lines, magical creatures, and intricate details that together create breathtaking and fantastical imagery. In 2014, Kerby left his job as a graphic designer to pursue his passion full-time: creating art for personal projects and for clients while collaborating with other artists, global brands, and design agencies around the world. He is the author of numerous books including Animorphia, Imagimorphia, Mythomorphia, Colormorphia, Fragile World, Kaleidomorphia, and Worlds Within Worlds, which cumulatively have sold approximately 1.6 million copies in North America alone.