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Desktop Wallpaper Calendar: January 2011


Creative Chocolate

“January is a very cold month and it’s a perfect season to drink an hot chocolate. Even better if it’s a Creative Chocolate!” Designed by Fabrizio Venanzi from Italy.

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One/2011

“And the winner is: January 2011! All the best for the new year!” Designed by Marco Palma from Italy/Germany.

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A Handy New Year

“Being Designers we tend to use our hands a lot, in order to portray our most basic feelings onto a Calendar we substitute the numbers with our hands.” Designed by siewhui from Singapore.

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On the ground

Designed by Nathalie Ouederni from the Netherlands.

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Frozen World

“When it is too cold outside you feel like the whole world is frozen…” Designed by Rumena Zlatkova from Bulgaria.

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Treelight

Designed by Nathalie Ouederni from the Netherlands.

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Resolution Bottle

Designed by Tim Fritz from USA.

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Icy Tree Smashing

Designed by Vlad Gerasimov from Russia.

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Drupal 7 is coming

“More beautiful than ever!” Designed by Jaro Mlkvy from Slovakia.

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Silver Winter

Designed by Violeta Dabija from Moldova.

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Quiet Please

Designed by Diana Samoila from Romania.

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Creepy Forest

“The cold, rainy winter carries with it a surreal, gloomy and threatening ambience…” Designed by Ron Gilad from Israel.

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Little Gizmo

“Little Gizmo would like to wish you a happy and prosperous New Year.” Designed by Mad Sprocket from USA.

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Winter Fun

“Winter is the greatest time to walk, ski, play snowballs and have fun with friends.” Designed by cheloveche.ru from Russia.

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Winter Light

Designed by Patr’cia Segade from Portugal.

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Snowman

“I wanted to convey something wintery, but still joyful, to keep me upbeat when I start up my laptop every chilly morning.” Designed by Steph Struthers from USA.

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Winter’s Warmth

“Although England’s winter has been very, very cold – it’s also been bright and colourful. I can’t remember seeing so many outrageously “warm” sunsets. Definitely not going to complain. This was actually taken on Christmas Day. Woohoo! Happy 2011 to you all. :)” Designed by Sasha Bell from England, UK.

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Lost in Winter’s Fog

“One of the most beautiful things about winter is the thick, dense fog we so often get. Sometimes it’s so bad you can’t see 100 yards in front of you. It’s maddening but beautiful at the same time. Happy 2011!” Designed by Olivia Bell from England, UK.

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Winter Forest

“Happy New Year!” Designed by Oxana Kostromina from Poland/Russia.

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Hazy dawn

“I’ve always created wallpapers for my own use. This time I share one of them with you!” Designed by Agnese Ločmele from Latvia.

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Love out of Focus

Designed by Sara Duan.

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Snow Goggles

“Perfect Powder day at Zwšlferhorn (St. Gilgen, Austria)” Designed by Maroni Gschwandtner from Austria.

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In the Snow

“Hidden beauty in the snow.” Designed by Rumena Zlatkova from Bulgaria.

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Flowers

“”Be careful – You won’t know which kind of people you will meet. There are good, evil, intrigue, etc. Open your eyes big while seeing the big and awesome world.” – Juanita OMFª” Designed by Juanita Ooi from London, UK (Originally Malaysia).

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Going Home

“Peaceful scenery around my hometown in winter.” Designed by Alexander Franzelin from Italy.

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Frost Bitten

“A collaboration between two sisters. One’s a photographer and the other is a designer.” Designed by Denise Johnson and Sharleen Heist from USA.

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New Decade

“It’s time to welcome New Year’s 2011 – and say a fond goodbye to 2010.New Year is expected to bring good luck and charm for people and this is the reason why everybody love to celebrate it with fun and enjoyment.I designed this wallpaper to welcome the new year and show the Transition between the two years.” Designed by Neelam Asrani from India.

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Twisted Winter

“A cold, vacant, and erie scene of tangled branches. Enjoy!” Designed by Colin Oakes from Canada.

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Hello 2011

“An old rotary phone breaking out of 2 old polaroid photos.” Designed by Kristen Cook from USA.

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Smashing January

“My journey of 2011 starts with Smashing Magazine” Designed by Marina Aftab from Pakistan.

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New Year, New Goals

“A New Year means a New Start! Get out and do something this year that impresses yourself.” Designed by WaltWinchel from USA.

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Yeti weekends

“The winter sports season has arrived, beware with the deadly Yeti.” Designed by joaomalveiro from Portugal.

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Lost Wiseman

“I Decided to make a little joke with the 3 wiseman, so I made them lost,so insted they’re in the desert they’re in a snow region.” Designed by Rui Madeira from Portugal.

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Flowers

“”Put your ear down close to your soul and listen hard – I am who I am. I am myself. I don’t want to be anyone else. I am unique.” – Juanita OMFª” Designed by Juanita Ooi from London, UK (Originally Malaysia).

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A Door to a New Year

Designed by Christine Bradway from USA.

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Dear Diary

Designed by Maggi Giovanni from Italy.

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Bull fight, the ancient sport of heroes

“Bull fighting, called as Jallikattu is an ancient traditional sport in which young Indian men wrestle bulls with their bare hands. This hand drawn picture depicts the spirit of the gutsy game.” Designed by Narendar . N from India.

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Winter Light

“I wish you all a very happy and healthy new year!” Designed by Nathalie Ouederni from the Netherlands.

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CMYK 2011

“CMYK and Prinitng elements” Designed by Sherif Saleh from Egypt/France.

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Smashing 2011

“A smashing 2011!” Designed by Minhaj Mohamed from Sri Lanka.

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2010 memories

“2010 Memories : As the year 2010 approaches its last few days, it’s time to look back on the previous 12 months. All 2010 photos.” Designed by Sahra Tamo from Syria.

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Global Greetings

Designed by Sarah Hufkens from Belgium.

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New life

“Forget all bad memories,welcome something new in our lives…” Designed by Nishith from India.

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Purple Dze

“The fog that clouds our thoughts on those rainy winter days.” Designed by Nicole Dominguez from United States.

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New Life

“I wish you an Happy New Year! After 12 months of events, emotions, moments, it’s time to restart and continue from the end. Hope everyone has the opportunity to grant his dreams!” Designed by Davide Reppucci from Italy.

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Nike

“Happy New Year :)” Designed by Marta Miazek from Poland.

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Snow Walk

“My dog enjoying the first snowfall at the terrace. After the first walk, she tried to eat the snow.” Designed by Luis Herrero Jimenez from Spain.

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Tea and Tiles

Designed by Pietje Precies from The Netherlands.

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New Year Celebration

Designed by Maggiey from India.

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Silent Love

Designed by Han Htut Zaw from Myanmar.

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Tsuru

“An ancient Japanese legend promises that anyone who folds a thousand origami cranes will be granted a wish by a crane, such as long life or recovery from illness or injury.” Designed by Pedro Nobre from Portugal.

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Smashing Magazine 2011

“Celebrate a new year with a smash!” Designed by knsqnt interactive from Germany.

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Get started with drupal 7

“Drupal 7: the best version of Drupal yet!” Designed by Jaro Mlkvy from Slovakia.

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Symbol of Love

“Let the coming new year be a start for One love of the world. Humans across all the countries love each other without any difference. With an open heart stop the wars and welcome peace and love between individuals. The Taj mahal which stands as a symbol of eternal love be taken as an inspiration and join the peace for human.” Designed by Mohamed rafi from India.

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Communion Cups & Someone’s Coat

Designed by Brad Cerasani from Canada.

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Lumanti

“Lumanti is nepali word which means remembrance. Rememberence of year 2010, every small to big things, sadness to happiness, and our every moment of 2010.” Designed by Moksha Design Studio from Nepal.

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International 2011

“We love typography and we’ll love the year 2011.” Designed by LOTUM from Germany.

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Another Chance

“Hope for the coming year.” Designed by Kellie Gave from USA.

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Wonderful Winter

“A great new year with these lovely deer!” Designed by Agnes Swart from The Netherlands.

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Flowers

“”Hold me tight. Smile to me. You are special. You are not like any of them out there. I feel comfortable with you. So please, hold me tight and never let go. Will you?” – Juanita OMFª” Designed by Juanita Ooi from London, UK (Originally Malaysia).

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  • hank baseballs August 3, 2013 at 12:37 pm

    Hijri calendar being lunar, the preferred date will fall on another gregorian date next year. How to make the new appointment to follow Hijri and not Gregorian calendar for its repeats?

  • nyyankees1123 August 5, 2013 at 11:39 am

    Does anyone knows how to synchronise a microsoft works calendar to a 1GB ipod nano? I just got a message saying that you need microsoft outlook installed but I don’t have that installed and I’m not ever going to either. Please reply if you know how,

    thanks xxx

  • Chris R August 14, 2013 at 1:36 pm

    How does it relate our Calendar today?

    What are some predictions and prophecies?

    What is suppose to happen in 2012?

  • Jonny August 24, 2013 at 7:00 am

    My calendar is off by a day and I would like to reset it. I have tried going to options but doesn’t offer me an opportinity to change it. What am I doing wrong?

  • vanvark83 August 28, 2013 at 8:46 am

    Im trying to utilize my Google Calendar more for my college classes. I’ve been suggested to track in it my chunks of time to manage when to study.. But I quite don’t understand ways to do that. @_@ Does that make sense? In general, I’m looking for open opinions/suggestions for ways to incorporate homework and study time into my schedule.

  • sean September 3, 2013 at 3:34 pm

    How do I get the calendar on my android phone (HTC Wildfire) to show the details in my Googlemail calendar?

  • Jeracoo L September 4, 2013 at 6:41 am

    Apparently the “new and improved” calendar doesn’t support the combining of groups calendars with my personal calendar.

  • Jeffery Carlson September 14, 2013 at 11:19 pm

    I want to see the events on a yahoo group calendar on my personal yahoo calendar, how do I do that?
    Thanks for the answer, but I guess it doesn’t show up because the group was just created two days ago? I can do this with other groups, but not this new one.

  • Pacman September 18, 2013 at 4:44 pm

    Someone on my group set up a calendar & for some reason, whenever an event on his/her calendar comes up, it gets emailed to my group. No one’s fessing up and I can’t figure out who it is. I added moderation but calendar emails don’t go through moderation. Is there some way I can block calendar emails? Or otherwise stopping these messages from going through?

  • MentallyCryppled September 26, 2013 at 11:42 am

    I used to be linked to several groups, but since yahoo upgraded their calendar I can’t figure out how to get this done. I belong to 3 different Yahoo groups, and it was nice to have those calendars linked to my personal one. The only answers I found were over a year old, and that was back when it used to work.

  • John September 28, 2013 at 11:42 pm

    Hi, I am running Widows Vista and I use the Windows Calendar quite frequently. However, when I set a reminder on the Calendar it will only appear when I start the program up. So my question is can I modify start up by adding the Windows Calendar program, so that it will start up automatically when I boot up my Laptop?

  • Salam October 1, 2013 at 5:34 am

    The native iPhone calendar app has a built-in Birthday calendar. I assume that when I want to enter a birthday I uncheck the regular calendar and check the birthday calendar, then enter the birthday.
    But when I do this, the birthday does not appear on the birthday calendar, but it does appear in the basic calendar.

    What am I doing wrong?

    Also, is there a direct entry mode for dates? It’s a pain to have to scroll as much as 6 months one way or the other to enter someone’s birthday.

  • mrankinmatt October 2, 2013 at 6:34 pm

    I want to transfer a calendar from my a Google Account (account 1) to a different one (account 2)

    I’ve shared the calendar with the account 2, now I want to make the ‘master owner’ the calendar account 2 instead of account 1.

    Is this possible without deleting any events?

    If I delete the calendar from account 1, will it still be available for account 2?

  • diggn4richez October 4, 2013 at 6:10 am

    I’m confused. Under the Gregorian calendar, every 400 years we either drop the extra day at the end of Feb–the 29th, or we don’t, in order to keep the solar calendar in sync with the civil one. What is the formula? Anyone know what I’m talking about?

  • dealy October 5, 2013 at 1:51 pm

    When I go to calendar it says time zone is GMT (Dublin, Edinborough etc). If I go to Options and change it to Eastern Standard and go back, it still says GMT. It also randomly changes the times of events on the calendar. Finally, we have not gotten any reminders at all since it was switched to the new calendar. This is not workable for our group.

  • easton j October 8, 2013 at 1:04 am

    My iphone calendar is fully populated with information. My yahoo calendar is blank but I’d like to sync the 2 calendars so I have a back up of my iphone.

  • JackReynolds October 18, 2013 at 10:09 am

    I’m looking for a free calendar and task app for my android mobile. I’m using Jorte now but the interface widget looks cluttered with tiny texts in it. I prefer one that has the same basic functions and available widget but with a better look and feel, and can be managed both from the phone or online Google calendar/tasks. I looked up at Calengoo and Pocket Informant but they don’t come free.

  • Cpt Excelsior October 21, 2013 at 11:50 pm

    I know the calendar had a star chart, and an almanac, but I can’t really find any details. Every time I search all this 2012 crap keeps popping up.

  • JDOGG1122 October 27, 2013 at 6:25 pm

    I am a member of a Yahoo group and all the events on the group calendar are automatically showing up on my personal calendar. When I click on it, there is no way to delete it. Is there some setting that I have not been able to find yet that allows me to block or remove the group events?

  • D3ZZY November 9, 2013 at 6:49 pm

    I am in charge of creating a calendar for a group. Outlook calendar is a bit of a foreign program to me. I want to be able to add appointments to a separate calendar, and then send this Outlook file to all the members of the group (without sending out all of my personal appointments). How is this done? Thanks.

  • Bryan J November 10, 2013 at 6:33 am

    How correctly to say”Calendar and autocomplete does not work” or “Calendar and autocomplete do not work”

  • Brendan O November 14, 2013 at 3:04 pm

    The Jewish calendar precedes the Christian Calendar by thousands of years and it is now 5769 for them. So how can we use math to get back to that date of the crucifixion. There have been so many changes in Christian Calendar I am not sure how many years to subtract. Shall we just deduct 2009 and then take away 5 more to allow for errors and then add 33 to reconcile the age of Jesus?

  • sean November 17, 2013 at 9:49 am

    If an archaeologist, thousands of years from now, discovered our civilization, could we leave a calendar based on an event they would recognize.
    Assume there is no continuity with our civilization and theirs.
    Is there a particular astrological event for which we have a date that they could also assign to a day on whatever calendar they are using.
    In other words a Rosetta Stone for calendars.

  • vanvark83 November 17, 2013 at 12:28 pm

    I am looking for a calendar or daily planner application (can be secure web based, or independent application) to keep track of my day to day tasks and events..

    Any input would be apreciated.

  • Keaton November 17, 2013 at 10:48 pm

    I tried Google Calendar, but its features are lacking. Like repeating Events.
    I would also be interested in any add-ons to google calendar.
    Thanks!
    Thanks for the response. Didnt really find what i was looking for in those links, but thanks for the effort.

    I’m just treating recurring events as tasks, with thier own color code. When I complete them, I send them to a ‘completed’ calendar. Not perfect, but should do the trick.

  • TommyKay November 20, 2013 at 5:27 pm

    I have my own calendar (default) and want to create another one with common interest dates and scheduled events to share with my work peers, but when granting them access to see my calendars, they end looking at the default one, not the new one. Any clues?

  • Bryant B November 28, 2013 at 4:32 pm

    I wanna print a spiral binding calendar for my own. I prefer to have a calendar of months, and a picture of mine at the backside.

    Can I get a link of any websites that can do so?