Flora & Fauna by Malin Gyllensvaan 2025 Wall Calendar

Showcasing the work of textile designer and illustrator Malin Gyllensvaan, the Flora & Fauna 2025 Wall Calendar celebrates the beauty and wonder of the plant and animal kingdoms.

Malin Gyllensvaan weaves together gouache and graphite pencil to create a modern expression of the classic botanical still-life illustration. Her exotic, organic forms are bold, sophisticated, rich in color, and lush in texture. This twelve-month calendar is perfect for gardeners and animal lovers.

Features include: 

  • 12" x 12" wall calendar (12" x 24" open)
  • Wrap-around cover design eliminates need for plastic packaging
  • High-quality printing on premium paper stock
  • Spans January–December 2025
  • Official major world holidays and observances
  • Moon phases, based on Universal Time
  • A year of beautiful watercolor paintings for your wall
  • Perfect art gift for gardeners and animal lovers
  • Wall art for your home, school, or office that provides a sense of time for planning and dreaming
  • WE PLANT TREES to offset our carbon footprint and resource usage — more than ONE MILLION and growing!
  • NO SINGLE-USE PLASTIC — We have eliminated single-use shrink wrap to reduce plastic pollution.
  • SUSTAINABLY SOURCED — Our paper is sourced from a combination of recycled materials and wood harvested from socially and environmentally sustainable forests and is Forest Stewardship Council® Certified.

About the Author

Malin Gyllensvaan is a textile designer and illustrator based in Stockholm, Sweden. She started drawing at an early age and never stopped. Her designs commonly feature flowers and leaves and can be found on textiles for home and fashion, on paper goods, and in children’s books. Because she can’t choose a favorite, Malin incorporates her two loves—gouache and graphite pencil—in nearly every piece she makes. Focusing on the intricacies of color and texture puts her in a meditative state that’s perfect for creating her lush, ethereal, and exotic works.

Malin has a degree in printed textiles from Chelsea College of Arts in London and worked as a textile designer for twelve years before becoming a freelance illustrator. In addition to nature, she is inspired by vintage botanical illustrations and the patterns of the Arts and Crafts Movement.

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