20 Jan Snow Leopard Goodie

In anticipation of Apple’s next iteration of Mac OS X, Snow Leopard, I created this wallpaper based on the artwork of Apple’s Snow Leopard website.

While I’m unaware of the new wallpaper and UI changes in Snow Leopard, this should last you until more is revealed!

This wallpaper is intended for personal usage and desktop customization only. Mac OS X 10.6 ‘Snow Leopard’ is © 2009, Apple Inc.

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17 Responses

  1. 1

    amazing as usual sebastiaan, thanks so much for this.

  2. 2

    Very nice, a clean rendition of Leopard’s wallpaper for the upcoming release.

  3. 3
    André Melo 

    Very nice, any chance of getting a no-text version? Thanks and keep up the great work :)

  4. 4

    Thanks for the wallpaper the purple in the background is gorgeous.

  5. LOL, you love space a lot Sebastiaan.

  6. This wallpaper is simply stunning. I’m suddenly very anxious for Apple to release Snow Leopard. ;)

  7. Gorgeous.

  8. 8

    Great work :D

  9. 9

    really amazing!!

  10. 10

    LOVE it.. usin it on my work computer. The purple saturation gives me chills. How’d you make the starfield so precise, yet glowy?

  11. 11

    Best wallpaper I had in ages, thanks a bunch!

  12. 12
    Mike McGee 

    This is amazing.

  13. Thank you. Very nice work.

  14. 14
    Tania IT Geek 

    Your work as usual is stunning thanks for sharing it with the rest of us.

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