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New calendars and organisers launched by Flame Tree

FT2015-47-Maisy_FT2013-24-ErteRenowned publisher of arty greetings cards, calendars and related products, Flame Tree, has released details of its new launches for the ocming season, with updates to its Family Organisers and Children’s Character Calendars that were so popular in the last year.

For 2015 Flame Tree has introduced further loveable characters from children’s books including Maisy, Elmer, and Miffy and there are now five Flame Tree Family Organisers in the 30 x 30cm wall format and 5 children’s wall calendars. The full collection can be viewed at Spring Fair from the Flame Tree stand in Hall 4 C28.

Flame Tree is extending its reach even further into regional galleries for 2015 and is very proud to include Charles Rennie Mackintosh and Glasgow Style from Glasgow Museums; wonderful Indian Art from the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford and amazing Iznik Tiles from the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge.  FTCAL2015-50-Ashmolean_FT2013-24-ErteOther fantastic new museum and gallery licenses include Impressionists works from The Courtauld Gallery and the the famous Astronomy Photographer of the Year from the Royal Observatory Greenwich.

The publisher is also bang on trend with four exciting new 2015 calendars from emerging artists: Gothic Art, Zombie Art, Vampire Art and Steampunk.  They are dark, moody and beautiful at the same time.

There is a new addition to Flame Tree’s humour collection of calendars.  The Punch 2015 calendar will feature some of the classic and hilarious Punch cartoons published in the books and magazines since the early 20th century. The Punch Cartoon calendar will join the bestselling Spike Milligan and Alison Jackson calendars as part of Flame Tree’s range.

FT2015-56-Vampire_FT2015-56-VampireFlame Tree is adding further titles to its growing Advent Calendar selection and the 2014 Advent editions will include the wonderful Paddington Bear and Country Diary of an Edwardian Lady in addition to new Maisy, Rupert and Ivory Cats imagery.