For a little over a decade, our friends at Desktopography have been releasing each year their anticipated collection of wallpapers by artists and designers from all over the Globe. We’ve been great fans of this initiative over the years and we shall select a few ones for our Wallpaper of the Week series. Be ready to go through this beautiful collection filled with different genre that will mostly please a lot of you guys including myself. Huge props to everyone involved into the making of this year’s release. Hope you will enjoy!
Stop whatever that you are doing! Desktopography just released its 2015 collection and it's full of gorgeous pieces from the most talented designers and illustrators from our community. It's time to update your screens with a beautiful collection of wallpapers. By Jakub Skop
We've featured this beautiful wallpaper by our friend Jennifer Cirpici a little while ago. Now she's back and sharing with us a Case Study about how she made her Desktopography Valley. Enjoy! Every time you make something, you set higher values and become more precise. Remember to always set your own bar higher and higher. Never make yourself regret that you did not do enough, but that what you did, was the best you could do. 1.
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.
This year's Desktopography was amazing and I selected the work of Italian artist Dawlaz to display a case study with a step by step to show you how this amazing piece was done. Enjoy! For more about Dawlaz visit behance.net/dawlaz.
Desktopography is a wallpaper exhibition that is released once a year. Every year the exhibition is more striking with artists from all over the globe creating amazing pieces of art to be displayed on your desktop. This year of 2013 no different, the exhibition is completely amazing, check it out!
Here we are today with another amazing case study by Falcon White, a designer based from Germany and this time he's doing a Case Study about his Desktopography 2012 submission entitled Kitsch Me If You Can. Hope you'll enjoy it! For the Desktopography 2012 Exhibition I wanted to come up with a different kind of ‘80s inspired photo illustration. I wanted to do a really cheesy and kitschy nature scenery but at the same time a really colorful one. Something with a hint of fantasy. Rainbows and unicorns came into my mind.
Desktopography is a wallpaper exhibition that is released once a year. Curated by Pete Harrison and supported with visual artists from all over the globe, this year is no different.
It's always a great thing to see how a designer works, it's a great way to learn and also to progress with your own skills. Now I wanna share a case study from Ralf Krause aka Falcon White, who did this piece for Desktopography 2011. I hope you will enjoy it and free your mind on new knowledge.
Desktopography is a wallpaper exhibition that is released once a year. Every year the exhibition is more striking with artists from all over the globe creating amazing pieces of art to be displayed on your desktop. This year is no different, the exhibition is completely amazing!
I've never waited so eagerly for an art exhibition like I did for the 2010 version of Desktopography's annual design explosion. Just minutes after the release the site crashed due to massive traffic income. Well, if that isn't a good sign?
We've shown you exhibition-sites like DepthCore, Phirebrush or Evoke. Here's a site that focus on Desktop Wallpapers. Desktopography publishes their 4th exhibition and a new album. Dont miss it. Download their High-Resoltion-Wallpapers on their Website. For more please visit Desktopography.net