My Camilla calendar and a book of Paul Klee drawings.
The cover of the Klee book is great enough, but then inside were many drawings that I hadn't previously seen. I love the boats and flags in the first photo, and the umbrella eye and feather of the woman in the photo directly above. I'm reading Norton Juster's "The Phantom Tollbooth" aloud to my kids right now, and these drawings make me think of the crazy characters that populate the book.
(*Footnote: Norton Juster was a professor of mine in college. I took a design class with him. For one of our assignments we had to make an architectural model of an art gallery. Of course, this kept most of us up late at night as the deadline drew near. I felt so badly for one (non-coffee-drinking) student who decided to drink a POT OF COFFEE so she would have the energy to stay up and finish her project. She came in to class the next morning in tears, totally wasted. The caffeine had rendered her jittery, nauseous, sleepless, and completely unable to do her work. Norton patted her on the head and excused her from class for the day.)
If you liked the stop-motion short I posted yesterday, do yourself a favor and check out Oren Lavie's "Her Morning Elegance." My friend Sherri nicely referred me to this. Isn't it fantastic? Or, perhaps you have already seen it. It has over 11 million views on Youtube.