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Wallpaper of the Week by Ollie Hooper

Wallpaper of the Week by Ollie Hooper

The wallpaper of this week is an amazing image created by Ollie Hooper a motion graphics designer from Edinburgh, UX. The image is a low poly artwork that he created while playing around with V-Ray. For more information visit http://www.olliehooper.com/ Desktop Version iPad Version iPhone Version Resolutions: 2880x1800px 2560x1440px 1920x1200px 1680x1050px 1440x900px 1280x800px iPhone iPad

Wallpaper of the Week - Marco Oggian

Wallpaper of the Week - Marco Oggian

The wallpaper of this week is an amazing image created by Marco Oggian. Marco has worked with a wide range of project within logo creation, illustration, branding identity, font design and typography, photo shooting and many more for clients such as Computer Arts Magazine, True Color Films, Volcom, BMW Italia, Brekka, Fanatic Snowboard, Drake snowboard, Northwave boots, CreativeDa Korea and Ten Dollar Fonts. For more information visit http://marcoggian.info/ Desktop Version iPad Version iPhone Version Resolutions: 2880x1800px 2560x1440px 1920x1200px 1680x1050px 1440x900px 1280x800px iPhone iPad

Wallpaper of the Week - Interstellar

Wallpaper of the Week - Interstellar

The wallpaper of this week the image we created last week for the tutorial of the week and it was inspired by the movie Interstellar. If you haven't seen it we highly recommend you to go check it out, but meanwhile you can rock this new wallpaper on your desktop. Desktop Version iPad Version iPhone Version Resolutions: 2880x1800px 2560x1440px 1920x1200px 1680x1050px 1440x900px 1280x800px iPhone iPad

Wallpaper of the Week by Rhox _

Wallpaper of the Week by Rhox _

The wallpaper of this week is an image created by Rhox _, originally served as a digital cover for the Old But Strong EP, the latest release from the Roman producer Perepo. The artwork was created in Illustrator and Photoshop. For more information visit https://www.behance.net/gallery/21053267/Old-But-Strong Desktop Version iPad Version iPhone Version Resolutions: 2880x1800px 2560x1440px 1920x1200px 1680x1050px 1440x900px 1280x800px iPhone iPad

Wallpaper of the Week - ABDZ Paper

Wallpaper of the Week - ABDZ Paper

The wallpaper of this week is an imaged created inspired by Google Material Design visual design language. It's a simple composition simulating sheets of paper that create the Abduzeedo symbol. We will post a little tutorial showing how we achieved that. Bold, graphic, and intentional imagery helps to engage the user. Imagery is more than decoration. It’s a powerful tool to help you communicate and differentiate your product. Whether the mood is subdued and muted or bright and colorful, the following principles and best practices can help you incorporate imagery successfully and bring your apps to life, no matter what the visual brand. - Google Material Design spec Desktop Version iPad Version iPhone Version Resolutions: 2880x1800px 2560x1440px 1920x1200px 1680x1050px 1440x900px 1280x800px iPhone iPad

Wallpaper of the Week - Bokeh

Wallpaper of the Week - Bokeh

The wallpaper of this week is the first image created using a tablet, in this case the iPad using the new release Pixelmator app. I have been a fan of Pixelmator since the first release for mac back in the day and got a chance to play with the iPad version. It's an amazing piece of software for a bargain. For more information check it out http://www.pixelmator.com/ipad/ Desktop Version iPad Version iPhone Version Resolutions: 2880x1800px 2560x1440px 1920x1200px 1680x1050px 1440x900px 1280x800px iPhone iPad

Wallpaper of the Week by Percolate

Wallpaper of the Week by Percolate

The wallpaper of this week is an amazing image created by Percolate and it's inspired by Google's new Material Design visual language. They sought to create sophistication and depth from a simple set of colors and patterns. The wallpapers also drew from textile design and since we sometimes make T-shirts of our patterns, they had to hold up equally well as fashion as they would a background. For more information visit Percolate blog at https://blog.percolate.com/2014/08/percolate-style-android-l-wallpapers… Desktop Version iPad Version iPhone Version Resolutions: 2880x1800px 2560x1440px 1920x1200px 1680x1050px 1440x900px 1280x800px iPhone iPad

Wallpaper of the Week by Antoine Collignon

Wallpaper of the Week by Antoine Collignon

The wallpaper of this week is an image created by Antoine Collignon from French Toast. Antoine is a multi-talented Belgian artist from Liège, Belgium. His passion for pixel perfection and desire to create amazing pieces of digital-art fuels him everyday until 3 AM. For more information visit http://www.frenchtoast.be/ Desktop Version iPad Version iPhone Version Resolutions: 2880x1800px 2560x1440px 1920x1200px 1680x1050px 1440x900px 1280x800px iPhone iPad

Wallpaper of the Week by Justin Maller

Wallpaper of the Week by Justin Maller

The wallpaper of this week is an amazing image created by our friend Justin Maller. Justing is an Australian freelance illustrator and art director based in Brooklyn, NY. He has been creating digital art for over fifteen years, and has been a full time freelance artist for the last eight. He contributed to our book released in 2011 and is always providing us amazing inspiration. For more information visit http://justinmaller.com/ Desktop Version iPad Version iPhone Version Resolutions: 2880x1800px 2560x1440px 1920x1200px 1680x1050px 1440x900px 1280x800px iPhone iPad

Wallpaper of the Week by Jennifer Cirpici

Wallpaper of the Week by Jennifer Cirpici

The wallpaper of this week is a really cool image created by our friend Jennifer Cirpici. The artwork is titled Desktopography Valley and it's part of the Desktopography.. For more information Jennifer Cirpici visit http://www.breakingcanvas.com/ Desktop Version iPad Version iPhone Version Resolutions: 2880x1800px 2560x1440px 1920x1200px 1680x1050px 1440x900px 1280x800px iPhone iPad

Pop Culture 3D Wallpapers by SLiD3

Pop Culture 3D Wallpapers by SLiD3

Wanna change your desktop wallpaper but you can't find a cool image for this? Don't worry, SLiD3 is here to help! This guy is really awesome because he's not only talented, but his work is totally pop culture inspired, with tons of homages to games, music, tv, comics and movies. So, just pick your favorite wallpapers, click on it and pay him a little visit to download full resolution images, because these are totally worth it. Also, his take on Mike Mitchell's pieces are just priceless! So stop losing time and go for it! Cheers! ;)

Desktopography 2014 Wallpaper Exhibition

Desktopography 2014 Wallpaper Exhibition

It's that time of the year again! Desktopography just released its 2014 collection with almost 100 wallpapers by some of the worlds most talented designers and illustrators. Grab yourself a new wallpaper or more than one. Share your digital world. Nature's Design on your Desktop We are showcasing only a sample of the 2014 collection, to view the entire exhibit and download some wallpapers. Visit Desktopography.net. By Jennifer Cirpici By Ivan Feusi By Radim Malinic By Anthony Gargasz By Carles Marsal By Adam Spizak By Nicolas Monin-Baroille By Edgar Romanovskis By Karim Fakhoury By Moe Pike Soe By Heiko Klug By Pete Harrison and Evade By Martin Grohs By Heiko Klug By Whendell Souza and Paulo Bert Links: Entire 2014 Collection: http://desktopography.net/exhibition/2014 Follow Desktopography on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/desktopography

Wallpaper of the Week by Vinicius Araujo

Wallpaper of the Week by Vinicius Araujo

The wallpaper of this week is a really cool image created by Vinicius Araujo. The image is a 3D composition he created to study Cinema 4D. We here at Abduzeedo always support personal and side projects and if you have any work you want to share with us for the Wallpaper of the Week just let us know. Desktop Version iPad Version iPhone Version Resolutions: 2880x1800px 2560x1440px 1920x1200px 1680x1050px 1440x900px 1280x800px iPhone iPad

Tallest Skyscrapers Illustrated by Romain Trystram

Tallest Skyscrapers Illustrated by Romain Trystram

Romain Trystram is an amazing French illustrator who created an awesome project with I Like Architecture.net to illustrate the tallest skyscrapers in the worlds. Each illustration is available as a wallpaper so you can pick your favorite and save it on your desktop. Enjoy! For more from Romay Trystam visit behance.net/laylow to view the entire collection of wallpapers visit ilikearchitecture.net. Burj Khalifa is a stunning skyscraper in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, and as of June 2014 is the tallest man-made structure in the world, at 829.8 m (2,722 ft). The tower’s architecture and engineering were performed by Skidmore, Owings and Merrill of Chicago, with Adrian Smith as chief architect. The CCTV Headquarters is a 234 m (768 ft), 44-storey skyscraper in the Beijing Central Business District (CBD). The tower serves as headquarters for China Central Television (CCTV). This unique building was designed by OMA as a reinvention of the skyscraper as a loop, a design that defies the skyscraper’s typical quest for ultimate height. The main building is a loop of six horizontal and vertical sections covering 473,000 sqm (5,090,000 sq ft) of floor space, creating an irregular grid on the building’s facade with an open centre. One World Trade Center (also dubbed the Freedom Tower) is the name of two buildings, but commonly refers to the primary building of the new World Trade Center complex in Lower Manhattan, New York. This supertall building with a total of 104 stories, a height to the top floor of 386.5 m (1,268 ft), and a height to the tip of 546.2 m (1,792 ft), made One World Trade Center the tallest skyscraper in the Western Hemisphere in May 10, 2013, when the final component of the skyscraper’s spire was installed. Taipei 101, formerly known as the Taipei World Financial Center, is a landmark skyscraper located in Xinyi District, Taipei, Taiwan. The building ranked officially as the world’s tallest from 2004 until the opening of the Burj Khalifa in Dubai in 2010. Taipei 101 comprises 101 floors above ground and 5 floors underground. The building was architecturally created as a symbol of the evolution of technology and Asian tradition. Its postmodernist approach to style incorporates traditional design elements and gives them modern treatments. The tower is designed to withstand typhoons and earthquakes. The Shard, also referred to as the Shard of Glass, is the featured skyscraper in this illustration. Designed by Italian architect Renzo Piano, this 87-storey skyscraper in London forms part of the London Bridge Quarter development. Transamerica Pyramid, the tallest skyscraper in the San Francisco skyline. Designed by architect William Pereira and built by Hathaway Dinwiddie Construction Company, at 260 m (850 ft), on completion in 1972 it was the eighth tallest building in the world. HSB Turning Torso is the tallest skyscraper in Sweden, situated in Malmö, Sweden on the Swedish side of the Öresund strait. The project was designed by the Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava and officially opened on August 2005. The tower reaches a height of 190 metres (623 feet) with 54 stories – 147 apartments. Two International Finance Centre is an integrated commercial development on the waterfront of Hong Kong’s Central District. A prominent landmark on Hong Kong Island, IFC consists of two skyscrapers (One IFC and Two IFC), the IFC Mall, and the 55-storey Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong. Absolute World Towers is a residential condominium twin tower skyscraper complex in the five tower Absolute City Centre development in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada. The project was designed by Beijing/China architectural design firm MAD Office. Within days of announcing MAD as the winner of this competition, the taller building (Tower 1 with a height of 179.5 m – 589 ft) had been nicknamed the “Marilyn Monroe” tower due to its curvaceous, hourglass figure likened to actress Marilyn Monroe.

Wallpaper of the Week - Ligatures

Wallpaper of the Week - Ligatures

The wallpaper of the week is an image I created last weekend when I decided to explore some ligature skills. The quote is from Mark Twain and it says "The secret of getting ahead is getting started". This sentence describes really well what I believe is the secret of knowledge, nobody is better than anybody, some people have been doing things for longer or are more passionate about a particular thing than others. For more information about the tutorial, check it out at http://abduzeedo.com/playing-ligatures Desktop Version iPad Version iPhone Version Resolutions: 2880x1800px 2560x1440px 1920x1200px 1680x1050px 1440x900px 1280x800px iPhone iPad

Wallpaper of the Week by Inkdryercreative

Wallpaper of the Week by Inkdryercreative

The wallpaper of this week is an amazing image created by Chris Hendrixson from Inkdryercreative. The image is titled Be Curious and it's as a reminder to do so. I love the simplicity of this wallpaper and also how cool it looks. For more information about Inkdryer visit http://www.inkdryercreative.com/daily/ Desktop Version iPad Version iPhone Version Resolutions: Desktop iPhone

Wallpaper of the Week - ABDZ Speaker

Wallpaper of the Week - ABDZ Speaker

The wallpaper of this week is an image created for a new tutorial that will be published in the next couple of days. The image is a simple speaker with some light effects inside it. It also has that old, retro, skeuomorphic style that always looks great on your desktop. Desktop Version iPad Version iPhone Version Resolutions: 2880x1800px 2560x1440px 1920x1200px 1680x1050px 1440x900px 1280x800px iPhone iPad