Freebie Image Gallery: Deep Freeze

It’s trite but true: a picture is worth a thousand words. In our emoticon-spouting, animated GIF meme-ing, Facebook-loving times, we communicate, more and more, through images. The Freebie Image Gallery features high-resolution images available through Devil’s Artisan, our very own Journal of the Printing Arts. DA’s Dingbats Section offers an ever-expanding selection of free, high-resolution, downloadable dingbats, ornaments and fanciful initials for your printed and online projects.

Frigid temperatures have been bringing on the shivers in Ontario, and we’re definitely feeling the effects of the deep freeze. Well if you can’t beat ’em, join ’em, right? Today’s freebie image gallery features images that embrace the chill. Feel free to put them to good use in your digital and print design projects.


Icebergs get a bad rap after that whole Titanic fiasco, but there is something kind of pretty about these dangerous masses of ice.

Bute Inlet

Bute Inlet in British Columbia. A true testament to the beauty and majesty of the natural world, whatever the weather.

polar bear

You know polar bear is the first animal you think of when you think of cold weather. Don’t even try to deny it!

ice skaters

Talk about making the best of things! These skaters are enjoying the cold by going for a nice skate.

rescue dog in snow

And if I leave you with one thought, it is this: do not get yourself into a situation in which you need a rescue dog to find you in the snowy wilderness! Take a look at that creepy hand. One word: frostbite.


PortraitOK folks, now that you have these icy images on hand, go warm our hearts and make something pretty! If you need more dingbats, ornaments and fancy initials for your projects, don’t forget to visit the Devil’s Artisan website. In the mean time, click on the images above or browse the DA website for print-quality versions.


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