December 22 2011
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.
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.
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.
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.