*Use code "2021" if purchasing 3 or more calendars for a 20% discount ($20 ea)
The fourth annual Samaritan Press Hatha Yoga Calendar features an original illustration by David V. D'Andrea depicting the human form in lotus position with crescent moon and sun. Three peacocks perch upon the spiraling tree of life as the world serpent climbs skyward. Valerian and passionflower sprout from the earth, helpers in hope of a tempered and creative 2021.
Dimensions: 14 x24"
Four color (with split fountain) screen print by Monolith Press.
The 2021 Hatha Yoga Calendar references a Panchangam for Portland, Oregon. Please refer to a website such as http://www.mypanchang.com/ to determine your region's moon days. They may deviate slightly from this calendar.
Ulaan Passerine : Crow / Olive is a collaborative project between Steven R. Smith and David V. D'Andrea.
Letterpressed edition of 400
Frameable 7x7" insert
Hand stamped and numbered
Transparent red vinyl (45 rpm / big hole)
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