If you haven't yet had time to get yourself a new calendar for 2023, you may like to get your paws on one from the Army Corps of Engineers. It's free and comes with the added attraction (if you're a cat lover) of lots of big cats.
Engineering might be boring to many people, but this government agency got creative in imagining the purr-fect way to engage everyone.
The new 2023 calendar highlighting the achievements of the US Army Corps of Engineers features giant cats superimposed in photos of their engineering successes. The Portland District of the Corps needed an eye-catching way of showing off their civil works programs across Oregon and southwestern Washington.
The result is a collection of hilarious scenes.
Images all courtesy Portland US Army Corps of Engineers
The pages showcase cats lying on dams, stretching on steel beams, and dominating huge construction vehicles.
Because the Corps is a federal government agency, their calendar is in the public domain - and you can download their PDF file and print it yourself for free.
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