Calendar Girls 2019

Calendar Girls 2019
Calendar Girls 2019
Calendar Girls 2019
Calendar Girls 2019
Calendar Girls 2019
Calendar Girls 2019

Calendar Girls 2019

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These 2019 Calendars have been illustrated by local Newcastle artist Silje Buxton Soldal

Printed on Gmund Heidi Faded Grey 300gsm on a 1942 Heidelberg Platen at Where Things Happen Letterpress Print and Design Studio by Suzan Freeman. $5 from every calendar will go directly to Sydney Breast Cancer Foundation (sbcf.org.au). The Sydney Breast Cancer Foundation is a non-profit, charity organisation which is 100% self funded, and supports breast cancer patients and their families from diagnosis through to treatment and during recovery. The foundation raises funds for the breast unit at Chris O,Brien Lifehouse.

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Silje Buxton Soldal is an illustrator and designer from sunny Newcastle NSW. @monalunatuna

The female form and all its perfect imperfections has always been central to her illustration style. The idea for the “Calendar Girls” illustration series came about after loosing her auntie to breast cancer earlier in the year. Wanting to raise awareness and create a dialogue about the human body, its beauty and diversity, Silje set herself the personal goal of drawing one set of breasts a day for the month of October.

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These 2019 Calendars have been illustrated by local Newcastle artist Silje Buxton Soldal

Printed on a 1942 Heidelberg Platen at Where Things Happen Letterpress Print and Design Studio by Suzan Freeman. $5 from every calendar will go directly to Sydney Breast Cancer Foundation (sbcf.org.au). The Sydney Breast Cancer Foundation is a non-profit, charity organisation which is 100% self funded, and supports breast cancer patients and their families from diagnosis through to treatment and during recovery. The foundation raises funds for the breast unit at Chris O,Brien Lifehouse.

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Silje Buxton Soldal is an illustrator and designer from sunny Newcastle NSW. @monalunatuna

The female form and all its perfect imperfections has always been central to her illustration style. The idea for the “Calendar Girls” illustration series came about after loosing her auntie to breast cancer earlier in the year. Wanting to raise awareness and create a dialogue about the human body, its beauty and diversity, Silje set herself the personal goal of drawing one set of breasts a day for the month of October.