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april 2010 d*s desktop calendar: nama rococo

by Grace Bonney

i can’t believe it’s already april, but that means that it’s time for a new d*s desktop wallpaper! this month the lovely karen combs of nama rococo wallpaper is sharing a calendar and non-calendar design with us, as well as some fun downloadable artwork just for fun. i love the rich oranges she used in this month’s design, and hope you’ll enjoy her wallpaper as much as i am.

CLICK HERE to download karen’s wallpapers for this month!

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  • I had to move my desktop icons out of the way of the calendar, but it was well worth it. I love the colors and big graphic shapes used.. awesome!

  • I love the calendars you put out…but in future months, can you make them in a larger variety of screen resolutions? They are so beautiful but don’t fit my monitor size so I don’t get to enjoy them. Thank you!

    • Kim

      Not all artists are up for offering them at larger sizes and higher resolutions because they could be stolen and used for print or web work at those sizes/resolutions. Sorry :(


  • I always look forward to the month calendar and the works submited are always lovely . . . Nowadays I´m updating my illustration portfolio, what should I do if I want to publish some of my work?

    • rocio

      if you’d like to submit artwork/products to be considered for coverage on d*s you can send info via email to designsponge at gmail dot com


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