William, inside front cover.|Shannon Kirkman1/14 William, inside front cover.|Shannon Kirkman
January never looked as cool as Zaib.|Shannon Kirkman2/14 January never looked as cool as Zaib.|Shannon Kirkman
Fall in love with Luis in February.|Shannon Kirkman3/14 Fall in love with Luis in February.|Shannon Kirkman
Ali does some spring cleaning in March|Shannon Kirkman4/14 Ali does some spring cleaning in March|Shannon Kirkman
April showers bring Yuriy's bedroom eyes.|Shannon Kirkman5/14 April showers bring Yuriy's bedroom eyes.|Shannon Kirkman
Sam shows May who's boss.|Shannon Kirkman6/14 Sam shows May who's boss.|Shannon Kirkman
Joe rings in June with Lucy and Elizabeth Ann Berg from 'Avenue Q.'|Shannon Kirkman7/14 Joe rings in June with Lucy and Elizabeth Ann Berg from 'Avenue Q.'|Shannon Kirkman
Sid beats July's heat.|Shannon Kirkman8/14 Sid beats July's heat.|Shannon Kirkman
William knows how to dress for August in New York.|Shannon Kirkman9/14 William knows how to dress for August in New York.|Shannon Kirkman
Ray aims for the September skies.|Shannon Kirkman10/14 Ray aims for the September skies.|Shannon Kirkman
Mike doesn't need a costume for October.|Shannon Kirkman11/14 Mike doesn't need a costume for October.|Shannon Kirkman
Tom has November all mapped out.|Shannon Kirkman12/14 Tom has November all mapped out.|Shannon Kirkman
Hassan preps for December's polar bear plunge.|Shannon Kirkman13/14 Hassan preps for December's polar bear plunge.|Shannon Kirkman
One more of Mike for the back cover.|Shannon Kirkman14/14 One more of Mike for the back cover.|Shannon Kirkman
Thousands of New Yorkers slide in and out of cabs every day, but how many really take a look at who's squiring them about town?
Well, a new calendar for charity is about to give them an eyeful — and make them see yellow cab drivers in a whole new light.
For the fourth year in a row, the NYC Taxi Drivers Calendar created by Philip and Shannon Kirkman showcases 12 city drivers in sexy and suggestive poses, with a healthy dose of intended humor. The pin-ups are all male, as are 99 percent of the yellow cab drivers on the road, according to the latest city statistics.
A portion of the proceeds for the 2017 calendar benefit the nonprofit University Settlement, which provides educational and social services to immigrants and low-income families.
The calendar has raised nearly $55,000 since it began.You can buy it at www.nyctaxicalendar.com.