Each year Pilliard Dickle explores the future in search of picturesque new years to draw.
This palace made of days (2005) is a favorite destination for time tourists out sightseeing in Calendaria
"I think that no home should be without a Pilliard Dickle calendar."
Meet Justin Tyme. He's a day trader. Literally. He travels to the past and buys days off people with way too much time on their hands, then sells them to busy people in the future who just need a little more time.
The HI Towers (2010): From out at sea, this city spells out a giant greeting
The Planetoid Calendar (2001): Workers are building a new year from disassembled days of years gone by
More than a coloring book!
Inhabitants of Calendaria, marching across time
The Maypop Calendar (2014): Farmers till the soil as these lighter-than-air maypop trees sway gently in the breeze
The Time Factory (2013) recycles days from past years, then ships them upriver to new years under construction
The Time Factory:
"During my travels through time, I've seen dates chisled in stone, carved in wood and sculpted in ice, but I never questioned where thay all came from. Then one day I heard the sound of gears creaking, widgets whirring and a wooden tick-tock sound coming from over the futurewad horizon. I crested a hill and there was my answer: The Calendaria Time Factory."
From Pilliard Dickle's Diary
Calendaria's most notorious citizen
Poster calendars measure 18X24
Signed & numbered
Past editions $30-$50
Subject to availability
This unique book whisks you away on a trip through time. Includes stories from PD's time travel diary. An index tells which calendar to use each year.
11X14, Softcover, $14.95
Longstreet Press, Atlanta