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DIAPHANOUS 2024 Year at a Glance on Premium Matte Paper Calendar with Hanger

DIAPHANOUS 2024 Year at a Glance on Premium Matte Paper Calendar with Hanger

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Our minimalist wooden hangers are made with four magnetic wooden dowels, two that clamp to the top of your print and two that clamp to the bottom to give a vintage look and feel. The poster is made with heavier-weight white matte paper that has a natural, smooth uncoated finish that feels luxurious to the touch.

While the poster and hangers are packed separately in one box, final assembly is required. Don’t worry; it's a snap to put them together!


Features: 

  • The hangers are made from pine and come in natural wood, white, black or dark wood..
  • The cotton rope attached at the top matches the hanger color. 
  • Designed magnetically, the hangers do not damage the poster and also makes it easy to switch prints, making it a versatile and durable option.
  • The 200 gsm / 80 lb paper weight makes it durable and long-lasting.
  • FSC-certified paper and hangers or equivalent certifications, depending on regional availability. It’s better for the people and the planet.
  • Each poster and hanger is shipped in robust packaging, ensuring it arrives in pristine condition.
  • Paper sizes may vary slightly by region. For the US and Canada, the measurement is in inches, while for the rest of the world, it is in centimeters.


ABOUT THE PAINTING PRINT ON THE CALENDAR:


Diaphanous, acrylic on canvas, 1 x 1 FT.


Diaphanous means very sheer and light, almost completely transparent or translucent. I’ve always loved this word for the way it flows. When said aloud, it’s soft, like a fabric it might describe. I tried to reflect that in the delicate, warm and round layers. I’ve used this word in poetry and prose, usually describing a texture at night. It’s also a strange word. It reminds me of being told as a child that Eskimos have a hundred words for snow. Though, as an adult, I think that’s a rather simplified way to understand the language of a people whose existence is so interdependent on climate that they need to understand the nuances of frozen water and powdered horizons to survive. I’m reminded of this with “diaphanous” because it’s purpose seems abstract. It describes, yet bares no concrete need. It seems a word strictly meant for poetry, a word of leisure and elegance. If one were to wear a diaphanous gown, it’s not to keep warm or for modesty or to go out gardening on a hot day. How many other words do we have that lend themselves to the romance of poetry?

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