A Cosmic Companion
The moon's energy has long been attributed to the feminine, and this energy has a profound effect on us all. It creates tides, affects the speed at which the Earth spins around its axis, impacts the growth of seeds and plants, and influences the behavior of animals and humans. To help track the monthly progress of our closest celestial body, we created a lunar phase calendar that's as much an art print as it is a calendar.
2018 is a special year in terms of lunar events. The year will start off with a Supermoon at the beginning of January, followed by another Supermoon at the end of the same month. Both January and March will have two full moons. The second full moon in a month is called a Blue Moon, and it's an incredibly rare event, as the name suggests. On January 31st, there will be a Full Lunar Eclipse, as well as a Supermoon that's also a Blue Moon. Because we have two Blue Moons in January and March, February will be without a full moon, an occurrence sometimes called the Black Moon. Another Full Lunar Eclipse will then occur at the end of July.