This is a bit of a departure from my normal style of Masonic Wallpapers. But not every Freemason is the same and their tastes in artwork varies as much. So, what is Masonry about? Well, I went right to the source; The United Grand Lodge of England, where they have a lengthy description of my favorite fraternity. The entire UGLE text description was boiled down to the 200 most repeated words and, from that list, each word was sized according to how many times it repeated. The more the word repeats, the bigger it is and vice versa. The final selection of words were then fit into, the most commonly recognized symbol of Masonry, the Square and Compasses.
A short note on the layout of the artwork. The primary focus of the artwork is intentionally right justified with the expectation that most computer users keep their standard desktop icons on the far left of the screen, and it is nudged up to accommodate OSX and Windows bars. This was done so the typography has less chance of visually interfering with your icons.
iPhone / iPod (640×960), Android / Droid (960×854), Widescreen (1680×1050), Standard Wallpaper (1600×1200)
UPDATE: Facebook Cover Timeline Wallpaper added to the wallpaper pack! Grab it now!
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