licensed calendar art

Bic Graphic USA Tin Nicho Calendar 2014 Art by Regina Lord

These are the licensed calendars that I made for BIC Graphic USA, for 2014 & 2015.  They are called Tin Nicho calendars and explore the Hispanic culture. They have a paper tin nicho shaped frame that each month sits in.  It’s a really cute idea.

Bic Graphic USA Tin Nicho Calendar 2015 Art by Regina Lord

I was really surprised when they called to ask me if I could do this job for them last December.  They had found me through my Etsy shop because of my Frida art.  I was more than happy to take this job on.

The calendars will be promotional calendars which means that they will not be for sale. But I plan to use a few of my favorite images and put them in my shop as prints. I’m also going to try getting a gallery show with all of these paintings. I think that they would be perfect for a Tucson gallery.

I love them all, but the ones I’m considering for prints in the first set are the three sisters, Frida and the Day of the Dead Catrina.  For the second set: the garden girl, the sun & crow and of course, the Day of the Dead girl. What do you think?

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8 Responses to licensed calendar art

  1. Wilnara says:

    Just finishing watching the Frida movie with Selma Hayek…. These images are absolutely beautiful!

  2. angella says:

    took my breath away Regina . I am crazy about these!!!! you never cease to amaze me. soooooo wish I could have them all!! (ok except the dotd ones – they scare me) 🙂

    • Regina Lord says:

      Thanks Angella. DOTD is not scary!! It is a beautiful and sacred ritual honoring our ancestors and loved ones who have past — even pets. And it signifies the kind of love that lives and lasts long beyond the grave and a reminder that you should live your life to the fullest because we all have the same fate. 🙂 xoxo

  3. Lucille in CT says:

    These are all so colorful and beautiful. I am partial to the 3 sisters (I wish I could buy two of those right now, for my sisters!). I also like the Madonna one in the first set.

  4. Jamie in colorado says:

    I LOVE all of the painting in the first set. I wish the calendar was available to buy b/c I know the perfect woman I would buy it for. I don’t know much about traditional mexican culture, but what I can see is that you have shown it with much beauty and love. I would say you have honored that tradition for sure. She is second generation mexican and I think these pictures would speak to her heart.

    Your second set is very nice too, but I think I just love all the people and their relationships that you so wonderfully painted in the first one.

  5. Raya says:

    Very colorful and lively. All painting are marvelous and also gracious.

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