1 December 2012

iPhone iPad Desktop Wallpaper: December 2012: Penguin Ornaments!

The best treat is hanging around with the right person during the holidays…

What is it about December that makes me love birds and tree branches? This time, the birds are hanging on the tree – and those of you who also follow my other blog will notice the reappearance of the penguin shapes that I am obsessed with.

Creating desktop and iDevice wallpapers each month has been a really fun project – it has allowed me to experiment and learn a lot of new techniques, as well as make one artwork each month that isn’t associated with work.

However, it is time for a change. I will be starting a new project in January (I’ll let you know the details then) and this means that there won’t be a monthly wallpaper for you anymore.

I hope you’ve enjoyed them as much as I’ve enjoyed making them!

Here’s the last wallpaper without the calendar:

Note that I have added the Macbook Pro Retina size (2880×1880)!

iPhone and iPad wallpapers

Learn how to set them as your home screen here!
 
Without calendar:
iPhone 320×480

iPhone retina 640×960

iPhone 5 640×1136

iPad 768×1024

iPad retina: 1536×2048

With calendar (iPad only):

iPad 768×1024

iPad Retina: 1536×2048

Desktop wallpapers with calendar:

1024×600, 1280×1024, 1440×900, 2880×1800, 1600×900, 1280×800, 1680×1050, 1920×1200, 2560×1440, 1920×1080

Desktop wallpapers without calendar:

1024×600, 1280×1024, 1440×900, 2880×1800, 1600×900, 1280×800, 1680×1050, 1920×1200, 2560×1440, 1920×1080

If there’s another resolution you need, let me know!

Category: Free Art, Wallpapers

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3 Comments

  1. Ruchita says:

    Very nice…

  2. Thanks for all the great wallpapers! They definitely made my Macs and iOS devices more lively.

    Enjoy your new project in 2013!

    Cheers,
    Louie

  3. Hi Vicki,

    Thank you for posting the beautiful artwork! I’m showcasing some in our next game app and really appreciate having access to them.

    For the iPad retina version, I’d like to have this wallpaper in landscape (more width). If it’s not too much trouble, could you share the background layer separately so I could rotate it myself to landscape? I could otherwise scale the desktop wallpaper (but it’s a bit short for iPad retina in landscape).

    Thanks again and much appreciated,
    -Amber

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