The Project

Hi, I’m Alfred F. and Artwork & Design is my showroom for all my artwork and design projects. All of my creations are copyright-free and you can download them from trusted third-party sites, such as openDesktop or Deviantart.
I hope you enjoy it, as I enjoyed creating it!

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Thank you.

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About Me

Hi, my name is Alfredo F. ( aka PT_Alfred), I’m a design enthusiast and passionate about the GNU/Linux world.

I started Artwork & Design in 2015 as a backup blog for the Digitallofice and Curva Digital blogs.

At the time, I was creating several artwork and design projects for both blogs, and I realized that all creative work could be brought together in the same space. From then on, Artwork & Design aimed to make all my work available to the GNU/Linux community and, of course, to the general public.

Thank You Note
Thanks a lot for contributing to the project. With your support I will continue to create and delivered artwork that you and thousands of other people enjoy.

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