10 Designs Inspired by Winter Solstice

December 20, 2010

The start of winter always catches me off-guard. It’s been cold for weeks – really, really cold! – yet today is winter solstice: the first day of actual winter. That means graphic designers have another three months of incorporating winter into their projects. Here is a gallery of inspiration for the later months of your calendars, New Year’s Eve invitations, greeting cards and more. And for even more winter inspiration, check out “30 Diverse Holiday Designs.”

Source: Hadley Hooper

Source: Microferk Designs

Source: Valerie Hart

Source: Dan McCarthy

Source: Michael Paukner on Flickr

Source: Scholars & Rogues

Source: Psyche’s Revelations

Source: The Strange Attractor

Source: Zazzle

Source: blog.brainstormoverload

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About Jennifer Moline

Jennifer Moline writes for the PsPrint Blog as well as maintains its Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Google Plus and Pinterest presences. She also guest-blogs for such notable graphic design blogs as Fuel Your Creativity and Inspiredology. She’s previously written about technology and small business for news websites, magazines and newspapers. In her off-hours, Jennifer can be found roughing it in the mountains or tucked away in a movie theater.

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