2015 Michael Leunig Melbourne Age Calendar New

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Description

For all the people who thought the 2015 Michael Leunig calendar had been canceled and then found out to late that it was printed after all, here is your chance to acquire a copy in new condition.

Fairfax Media had said that no 2015 calendar would be produced but they finally bowed to public pressure at the last minute and relented. One could almost hear the sigh of relief sweep around the nation when the go ahead was announced.

We have several copies available for people who would like to send them still to friends overseas.

These calendars are extremely popular with people around the world as an essential friend for hallways, fridges and even toilet doors.

They really become quite an addiction like an annual Leunig fix.

Your 2015 calendar is reusable in:
2026, 2037, 2043, 2054, 2065, 2071, 2082, 2093, 2099, 2105, and 2111.

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Design

Soft cover with a different cartoon for each of the 12 months.

Full colour plates

29.7cm x 21cm (when closed)

Full colour – the pictures form part of the description for this article

ISBN 0610696076698

History

*At least fourteen anthologies of Leunig’s cartoons and poems have been published, mainly by Penguin Books. His 1974 collection had sold 62,447 copies by the seventh reprint. In the 1980s he began colouring his drawings and painting on canvas; in the 1990s he began doing fine art prints. The NGV mounted an exhibition of his cartoons and drawings in 1992, the Leunig ‘introspective’, which travelled around Australian state galleries until May 1994. State of Bewilderment , a Sydney Theatre Company performance in November/December 1996, was based on Leunig’s cartoons. An exhibition, The Happy Prints , published by Chrysalis Publishing, opened on 25 March 1999 at the Australian Archives, Canberra. The Federation ‘Peoplescape’ concert (November 2001) featured repeat selections from Saint-Saens’s Carnival of the Animals illustrated with giant blow-ups by Leunig and presented by Bryan Brown – a show that had been very successful in 2000.

*excerpt from Design & Art Australia Online

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