Kilcoe Studio Calendar 2024
RISH BUTTERFLIES AND THEIR CATERPILLAR’S FOOD PLANTS – The Kilcoe 2024 calendar features a series of watercolour illustrations of IRISH BUTTERFLIES and the native plants they depend on. Many of our native butterflies rely solely on native flowers and plants to get nectar from and also to lay their eggs and provide food for the larvae (caterpillars). Some butterflies rely on just one type of plant for their survival. This calendar depicts many of these in a seasonal look at our native butterflies and flowers. While you plan your year for 2024 we hope you enjoy learning about some of these important relationships. You can even frame the images, as the litho printing process will keep the colour for up to 30 years in the right conditions.
Printed in Ireland by City Print Co. Cork .
The Calendar is printed on strong quality paper with a matte finish. The calendar page is A4 in size and gives plenty of space for writing day to day activities. It hangs from a punched hole at the top and with the added strength of the stiffer cover, it will easily last the year hanging in your home. It is printed locally in Cork with paper sourced from sustainable forestry.
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We’re well aware of the impact that consumer purchasing decisions can have on the environment. As a retailer, we feel our highest responsibility is to ensure that we’re taking measures to minimize our impact, and the impact of our customers' purchases, on the environment.
Here are some of the ways we plan to play our part for the planet:
- Sustainable packaging
- Re-use of cardboard and brown paper received from suppliers in customer orders
- Continuously educate our team about the environmental crisis and explore ways that we can use our business to help
- Deal primarily with Irish suppliers to minimize our carbon footprint
- Aiming to be plastic free
Quinlans was started by Brigin and John P Quinlan in Macroom, County Cork. We’ve had some fantastic people join our team over the years, and any success that we’ve had is as much theirs as it is ours. Our current team is small and we pride ourselves on cultivating a culture where people can be themselves at work, feel safe and appreciated, and have an opportunity to continuously learn and develop.
There’s something special about seeing a person master his or her craft. We’ve had the pleasure of working with some of the most talented Irish and European craft makers, from ceramics and glass to jewellery and textiles. We carefully choose the suppliers we work with and operate through trust and transparency to ensure lasting relationships are formed. We value getting to know the people behind the products that we offer.