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December 22 2011

A very Merry Christmas is on the cards
Snow might be in scant supply this Christmas but flurries of a different kind have been rustled up courtesy of a slew of digital greetings cards.

Tech savvy graduates at the Glasgow School of Art lead this pack with an animated digital e-card created by Timur Tugalev and Gibran Farrah.

David Narro Associates meanwhile plumped for a snowbound recreation of one of their recent projects.

Season's Greetings from the GSA from The Glasgow School of Art on Vimeo.



A traditional approach exemplified by the Prince’s Foundation is evident in the organisations seasonal message.
A traditional approach exemplified by the Prince’s Foundation is evident in the organisations seasonal message.
Alexander Thomson acts as the ghost of Christmas past for USP Ltd & USI Ltd’s digital message, trumpeting 2012 as the year when the Egyptian Halls (finally) sees some action.
Alexander Thomson acts as the ghost of Christmas past for USP Ltd & USI Ltd’s digital message, trumpeting 2012 as the year when the Egyptian Halls (finally) sees some action.

City Architecture Office invites people to get their hands busy with a cut out and fold dodecoration.
City Architecture Office invites people to get their hands busy with a cut out and fold dodecoration.
Craig Amy plumped for this wintry scene of their Newbattle Gardens project.
Craig Amy plumped for this wintry scene of their Newbattle Gardens project.

Gareth “ho ho ho”skins architects elected for a seasonal cross section of their Doolan winning Royal Museum of Scotland – replete with a red clad figure attempting entry from the roof.
Gareth “ho ho ho”skins architects elected for a seasonal cross section of their Doolan winning Royal Museum of Scotland – replete with a red clad figure attempting entry from the roof.
Lawrence McPherson Associates perched themselves upon a gravity defying girder above the river Clyde – putting a festive spin on the iconic thirties New York skyscraper scene.
Lawrence McPherson Associates perched themselves upon a gravity defying girder above the river Clyde – putting a festive spin on the iconic thirties New York skyscraper scene.

The Scottish Civic Trust opted for a reflective postcard of the past year, reminiscing over some of the organisations main activities.
The Scottish Civic Trust opted for a reflective postcard of the past year, reminiscing over some of the organisations main activities.

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