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They're cheering from atop big city skyscrapers...rom the rooftops in the suburbs...and in the crowd of people listening to Jon Ossoff speak from a podium. Up in the sky, leaflets are wafting leaflets with Ossoff quotes.

Jon Ossoff for Senate commissioned calendar artist artist Pilliard Dickle to design this poster calendar promoting Ossoff in the January 5 runoff election.


“It seemed like a calendar was a perfect vehicle for this promotion,” says Dickle. “The nation’s eyes are on a specific pivotal date—January 5. And we all are looking toward 2021 as a year of positivity and recovery.”

Dickle called on artist Ed Hose to help him with the project. She drew the crowd of people cheering. 

“The people Ed drew are richly diverse, just as they should be for this project," says Dickle. "All my people look like goofy characters from Calendaria…which they are.” 


In addition to leaning on Ed Hose, Dickle called on his granddaughter Olivia Westergreen. She drew a little girl standing in front of October with a flag on her shirt giving a thumbs up sign.


“Our characters, though different, somehow all work together,” says Dickle. “So actually it was a three-way collaboration.”

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Details from the calendar
Artists Pilliard Dickle (left) and Ed Hose.
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Pilliard Dickle, with his granddaughter, contributing artist Olivia Westergreen

What the media have said about Pilliard Dickle's calendars

"A feast for the imagination."

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

"A yearlong trip through a cartoon fantasy land."

Associated Press

"My very favorite of all calendars I've ever seen!"

The Today Show

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