One day a cartoonist named Pilliard Dickle stepped through a hole in time and fell into a land called Calendaria.
"My very favorite of all calendars I've ever seen!"
Gene Shalit, The Today Show
Meet The Day Family
Sonny Day is a maypop farmer.
His wife Doris raises Junebugs.
Yester and Wendy Day grew the biggest date in the county.
Uncle Bluster is a professional weather complainer.
April May and June are known around Calendaria as The Day Triplets.
Each building in this calendar town was named after one of its 12 founding fathers.
From Pilliard Dickle's Diary
The Maypop Calendar (2014): Farmers till the soil as these lighter-than-air maypop trees sway gently in the breeze
It's the journal he keeps as he wends his way across Calendaria in search of picturesque new years to draw.
The Time Factory (2013) recycles days from past years, then ships them upriver to new years under construction
From Pilliard Dickle's Diary:
"During my travels I've seen massive castles, elegant palaces and soaring skyscrapers, all made of days. But I never knew where these days came from. Then one morning I was hiking across the decade and heard gears creaking, widgets whirring and a methodical wooden tick-tock sound coming from over the futurewad horizon. I crested a hill and there was my answer: The Calendaria Time Factory!"
Calendaria's most notorious citizen, the Daybreaker, goes from year to year wreaking havoc with time
"A yearlong trip through a cartoon fantasy land"