Muir 5K wallpapers

While I’m (slowly) picking away at the third, and biggest yet, volume of my Muir icon set, I’ve had so many requests to put up the wallpapers that I’ve finally decided to act and put them up here in their full 5K glory:

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These wallpapers were offered as a reward to my Kickstarter backers for Ride North (some awesome news and updates on that and the photo book this week, as well!), so I can’t simply give them away without feeling like I would slightly sour my backers.

So, I’m offering them for a small fee. I’ll put it towards food for my newly adopted kittens and consider it an extra incentive to make more Muir icons!

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Click here to buy this set of wallpapers. When Muir Volume 3 hits, I’ll be sending another wallpaper out to everyone who purchases this set. Thanks for the support! Check out my Holiday gift guide, too.

Muir: Yosemite Icons, Volume II

Part of a continuing effort to make some nice replacement icons for applications for usage in the OS X Yosemite Dock. This time around, mostly requests from Twitter.

Meet Muir! Named after John Muir, a great nature man and advocate of the National Park system that eventually brought us Yosemite National Park as we know it today, Muir is a family of icons that I’ll expand upon over time. This second set contains icons for Twitter, Rdio, Safari / Browser, Steam, Tor Browser, Spotify, Slack, Sublime Text, Sketch and Sparkle.

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Comes in ICNS format, includes @2x sizes for all y’all retina folks.

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As usual, if you like Muir, a tweet is appreciated. Thanks!

You can also download the previous set of Adobe CC replacement icons here.

These icons are free to use personally, on your own computer, for customization purposes only. Please do not use Muir for professional work or republish the files.

The next pack of Muir icons includes icons for Chrome, Transmission, Skype and several more. If you have some requests, let me know.

Muir: Yosemite Creative Suite Icons

Being back into the swing of things, I’ve spent a bit of time in Yosemite and got ah, motivated to make a set of icons for the Creative Cloud apps by Adobe to match the general aesthetic of the icons in the dock.

Meet Muir! Named after John Muir, a great nature man and advocate of the National Park system that eventually brought us Yosemite National Park as we know it today, Muir is a family of icons that I’ll expand upon over time. The initial set includes icons for the most popular Creative Cloud apps.

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Comes in ICNS format, includes @2x 1024px sizes for all y’all retina folks.

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If you like Muir, a tweet is appreciated. Thanks!

These icons are free to use personally, on your own computer, for customization purposes only. Please do not use Muir for professional work or republish the files.

The next pack of Muir icons includes icons for Twitter, Rdio, Spotify, Tor Browser, Slack, Skype and several more. If you have some requests, let me know.

Ride North – Week 6: the Dalton Highway

Ah, the Dalton Highway. As I mentioned in my last post, this is it: the most Northern, and one of the most deadly and challenging roads in the United States.

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Known to locals as the ‘Haul road’, the Dalton Highway is used all year round by truckers to haul huge shipments of oil and oil products and equipment to the biggest oil field in North America at Prudhoe Bay. Prudhoe Bay also marks the end of the road on the American continent; it’s the unofficial end of the ‘Pan-American Highway’ and the furthest North you can go.

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