Carousel Calendar’s range for 2019 is set to be their largest and most diverse collection yet, thanks to the introduction of several new titles, the acquisition of popular licensing deals, and the continued success of well-loved products already published by the company.
Their already considerable array of regional calendars, covering the major counties, cities and areas of interest around the UK, will further increase through the addition of new locations, including Gower, the Wirral, Shropshire Hills, Yorkshire Dales, Eastbourne and more. The entire range has also been through a redesign, presenting a fresh and modern look, and as a further attraction point, a number of Welsh titles will be available in dual language.
Along with these changes, Carousel Calendars has also signed a three-year deal with the National Railway Museum to design and publish regional products full of wonderfully nostalgic artwork from the heyday of rail travel. They have also joined partnership with artists Becky Bettesworth, Janet Bell and Trevor Mitchell, all of whom create beautiful and retro art of familiar sights and locations.
The company’s existing titles continue to perform well, and 2019 will see the production of their popular Banksy wall calendar, which has been a top seller for Carousel for over seven years, featuring quality images of the elusive artist’s work from around the world. They will also continue to produce attractive licensed calendars and diaries from top brands such as Where’s Wally, BBC Springwatch, National Trust, RHS, Kew Gardens and much more.