A wallpaper I made in my spare time. The box represents a package manager common in linux distributions. Although I call it a Linux wallpaper, it doesn't have the usual symbolism commonly referred to in the Linux world. No penguins, no logos, no Microsoft bashing.
radheef.mv (as opposed to radheef.com) is the official go to place to find an online Maldivian dictionary. I.... am not going to be too critical of all the inconsistencies that one can find in the site. This website, designed by the Academy for such things, is still in its infancy and does look better than it did a couple of months ago.
Some few weeks back, I took a relaxing break from life when I visited a tourist resort, Diamonds Thudufushi Beach & Water Villas, here in Maldives. While not being the target audience of resorts (its just awkward when a Maldivian is trying to practice his hospitality on me), its not so uncommon for Maldivians to go on such small vacations.
It's just a house in Hulhumale'. Nothing fancy. Just a couple bucks worth of work. What's so special about this particular project is that it's the first work I done and finished in DraftSight. Which I mentioned was great, did I not? This also marks the first CAD project I finished in Linux.
Some required revisions and a load calculation aside, this project is done. On to the next project it is.
Sonee Hardware (of the 'thine thine haye haye nuva eh nuvaeh' fame) hosted a logo design competition to celebrate their 45 years of service. Seeing that I had some free time to pass I did a little something myself.
There is ofcourse no special significance to the logo except that I planted the logo of Sonee hardware in to my design. It was nothing special any special aspirations of winning the jackpot