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The 2009 edition calendar put out by LACMA, featuring images from famed photog Julius Shulman of LA iconic architecture, is now available at the LACMA store and online. We learn this is the last in the calendar series, which started in 2004, so if you've thought about getting it each year and didn't, this is your final opportunity. It's $30 and "includes twelve separate pages, each 11 x 14 inches and suitable for framing." In the 2009 portfolio, you'll find "stylish 1940s façade of Santa Monica's famous Shangri-La Hotel" to "Shulman's favorite building in Los Angeles: the iconic Bradbury Building." Also, this would also make a recession-friendly gift. [RackedWire]