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Posted on Wednesday, September 23rd, 2009 under Design | No comments

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Tonight's DFP icon experiment resulted in a pretty 2 for 1 tag special. It is not much of an easter egg, but I thought my name choice on the Christmas tag was a fun one. :) As always, these should be available for purchase soon on GraphicRiver and as always, I'll update this with the link when they are.

Thanks to the built-in screen capturing feature of Snow Leopard's new Quicktime X, I actually managed to record the entire creation of these two. Once I get a chance to mangle the before and after dinner pieces together (and probably speed up the footage), I'll be sure to post it.

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