2018 New Orleans Calendar
A colorful walkabout through New Orleans' history, complete with saturated hues, moon phases, Louisiana holidays and festivals and a look at the foods that make it a culinary destination.
For our third iteration, we worked with YEP Design Works to highlight some of the lesser-known stories of this great city's culinary traditions. Food For Thought also celebrates New Orleans' Tricentennial year, marking 300 years since its founding.
A portion of proceeds from this calendar goes to The Youth Empowerment Project or YEP, a community-based non-profit organization. YEP’s founders started the organization in 2004 in order to assist young people returning to New Orleans from correctional facilities. Since its inception, YEP has earned local and statewide recognition for being at the cutting edge of progressive programs for at-risk youth. This includes a mentorship program that offers young artists and designers fair wages and real-world professional experience.
11" x 17", spiral bound, 13 months. Includes January 2019 as lagniappe. (French for "a little something extra.")