Originally published on Wed October 16, 2013 1:26 pm
Thanksgiving may still be a couple holidays away according to the 2013 clock, but its spirit is the centerpiece behind this illustration for next year's NPR Wall Calendar.
Public radio has been a lifelong travel partner for illustrator Keith Negley as he's moved from the west coast to the east coast - with a few mid-west stops in the mix.
"NPR has enriched my life in ways I can't begin to put into words," Negley said. "I've not only grown up with it, I feel as though I've grown with it. I'm very grateful for its constant source of inspiration."
Considering it's always the right season to give thanks (and let's face it, pumpkins are already trending), here's some love from NPR: We're thankful for stunner listeners and supporters like Negley. You can follow him online at @keithnegley and tune into his favorite station, KUOW Seattle.
Every year, we ask artists and illustrators to channel their NPR listening (and love) into art for the NPR Wall Calendar, and we're sharing these designs with you. The 2014 NPR Wall Calendar is available for purchase in the NPR Shop at shop.npr.org.