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Natty Wallpaper Illustrations – So far

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As announced, Natty will include at least three (3) illustrations as a part of the wallpaper pack.

I could not be more delighted with the quality and diversity of the designs submitted. Please view the complete set here as the following examples are just a few of the many excellent submissions.

An early submission featured on OMG Ubuntu this design features a pair of Narwhals deep in an aubergine sea.

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